Carcinogenesis and Dietary Fat / Edition 1

Carcinogenesis and Dietary Fat / Edition 1

by S. Abraham

ISBN-10: 079230117X

ISBN-13: 9780792301172

Pub. Date: 02/28/1989

Publisher: Springer US

Product Details

Springer US
Publication date:
Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes, and Cancer Series, #6
Edition description:
Product dimensions:
1.19(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)

Table of Contents

Dietary Formulation and Feeding Regimens.- 1. Dietary Design in Fat and Cancer Research.- 2. Nutritional Methodology in Dietary Fat and Cancer Research.- Effects of Dietary Fat on Eicosanoid Production in Normal Tissues.- 3. Effects of Dietary Fat on Eicosanoid Production in Normal Tissues.- 4. Eicosanoids, Their Dietary Precursors and Drugs that Modify their Production or Actions: Implications in Cancer.- Mammary Tumors.- 5. Differential Effects of Specific Types of Dietary Lipid on Mammary Tumor Development.- 6. Dietary Fatty Acids and Mammary Tumorigenesis.- 7. Enhancement of Mammary Tumorigenesis by Dietary Fat: An Endocrine and/or Calorie Mechanism?.- Pancreatic Tumors.- 8. Role of Dietary Fat in Experimental Pancreatic Carcinogenesis.- Colon Tumors.- 9. Etiology of Colon Cancer.- 10. Autoxidation Products and Intestinal Carcinogenesis.- Metastasis and Eicosanoids.- 11. Prostaglandins and Tumor Metastasis.- 12. Tumor Metastasis: The Possible Role of Eicosanoids.- 13. PGE2 Mediated Inactivation of Potentially Tumorcidal Effector Cells of the Host During Tumor Development: Relevance to Metastasis and Immunotherapy.- 14. Regulation of Tumor Cell Adhesion and Motility by Arachidonic Acid Metabolism.- Human Tumors.- 15. Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Human Cancer.- Tumor Cell Heterogeneity.- 16. Tumor Tissue Dynamics and Diet in Breast Cancer.- 17. Factors Involved in the Development and Maintenance of Tumor Heterogeneity.- Immunological Aspects.- 18. Polyunsaturated Fat-induced Immune Suppression: Involvement of Prostaglandin — Producing Suppressor Cells.- 19. Tumor-Mediated Immunosubversion: Role of Dietary Essential Fatty Acids.- 20. Dietary Fat, Lipids, Immunology in Carcinogenesis.- 21. Mechanisms of Dietary Fat Involvement in Tumorigenesis: Role of Fatty Acids and Eicosanoids in Macrophage Function.- Cell Separation and Identification.- 22. Cell Separation and Identification.- Cell Culture.- 23. Differential Responsiveness of Normal and Neoplastic Mammary Epithelium to Unsaturated vs. Saturated Fatty Acids.- 24. The Role of Fatty Acids in Murine and Human Mammary Carcinogenesis: An In Vitro Approach.- 25. Cell Culture Strategies for Analysis of Dietary Variables in Cancer.

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