Mechanisms of Invasion in Cancer

Mechanisms of Invasion in Cancer

by P. Denoix (Editor)

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1967)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642874604
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 03/30/2012
Series: UICC Monograph Series , #6
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1967
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

Appreciation de l’Invasion dans les Cancers Humains.- The Significance of Pericarcinomatous Metastases in Local Growth.- Early Invasive Growth as Seen in Uterine Cancer and the Role of the Basal Membrane.- Locomotion of Cancer Cells in vivo Compared with Normal Cells.- Le Pouvoir Invasif des Cellules Transformées Étudié en Culture in vitro.- Applicability of in vitro Models to a Study of the Invasiveness of Cancer, Round Table Discussion.- Some Factors Relating to the Invasiveness and Destructiveness of Solid Malignant Tumours.- Biochemical Aspects of the Environmental Control of Tumour Growth and Spread.- Studies on Metastasis of Spontaneous and Transplantable Tumours at High Altitude.- The Tumour Cell and Vascular Bed Size Relationship in Experimental Metastases.- Morphogenesis of Lung Metastases in a Transplantable Reticulum-Cell Sarcoma of the Golden Hamster.- Studies of Circulating Cancer Cells in Cancer Patients.- Immunological Tolerance and Host-Tumour Relationship.- The Role of the Cell Surface in Tumour Invasion.- An in vitro Model of the Mechanism of Invasion.- Fluorescent Antibodies to Methylcholanthrene Sarcomas.- Le système reticulo-endothélial et l’invasion tumorale.- Role de la Facilitation Immunologique dans le Développement des Tumeurs Cancéreuses.- In vitro and in vivo Cytostatic Effect of Antiribosome FLS Antisera on Mouse Ascitic Tumour Cells FLS.- The Role of Tumour Polypassage at short Intervals in the Evolution of Experimental Neoplasia.- Short-range Factors Affecting Cell Growth and Movement.- Le Mechanisme de l’Invasion du Cancer en Culture Organotypique.- Induced Dissociation of Walker Tumour 256 into its “Carcinomatous” and “Sarcomatous” Patterns of Growth.

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