The Biology of Tumors / Edition 1

The Biology of Tumors / Edition 1

by Enrico Mihich

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Springer US
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Pezcoller Foundation Symposia Series, #9
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7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

1.The Role for ink4a in Melanoma Pathogenesis: One Gene, Two Products, Multiple Pathways; J. Pomerantz, et al. 2. Identification and Characterization of collaborating Oncogenes in Compound Mutant Mice; A. Berns, et al. 3. The Transcription Factor B-Myb Is Phosphorylated and Activated by Cyclin A/Cdk2; O. Bartsch, et al. 4. Distinct Dynamics and Regulatory Signal Transduction of Cell Migration: Lessons from Dendritic Cells, Tumor Cells and T Lymphocytes; F. Entschladen, et al. 5. Genomic Instability in Sporadic Colorectal Cancer: A Destabilized Genome Producing Accelerated Cellular Evolution as the Fundamental Nature of Cancer; G.R. Anderson, et al. 6. APC and the Early Events of Colon Cancer; R.L. White. 7. Genome Scanning and Gene Discovery in Breast and Ovarian Cancer; J.W. Gray, et al. 8. Failure of Tumor Immunity Resulting from Inaccessibility of Activated Lymphocytes to Solid Tumors: The Possible Role of the Endothelium; R. Ganss, D. Hanahan. 9. Deciphering Molecular Circuitry Using High-Density DNA Arrays; D.H. Mack, et al. 10. Use of cDNA Microarrays to Assess DNA Gene Expression Patterns in Cancer; P.S. Meltzer, et al. 11. Eh, a Novel Protein: Protein Interaction Domain; M. Doria, et al. 12 Additional Chapters. Index.

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