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Author: Karoly Lapis,L.A. Liotta,A.S. Rabson
ISBN: 089838785X
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Pages 334 pages
Publisher Springer; 1986 edition (February 28, 1986)
Language English
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eBook Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis: Proceedings of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis ... March 18–20, 1985 (Developments in Oncology) download

by Karoly Lapis,L.A. Liotta,A.S. Rabson


of the Chick Embryo in Studying the Molecular Genetics of Metastasis. A Role for Differentiation Arrest in the Development of Neural Crest Tumors.

Proceedings of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis Bethesda, Maryland - March 18–20, 1985. Use of the Chick Embryo in Studying the Molecular Genetics of Metastasis. Integral Membrane Adhesion Glycoproteins: What is their Fate During Metastasis? Pages 25-42.

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of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis Bethesda, Maryland - March 18–20, 1985. In contrast, the treatment of cancer metastases, the cause of most cancer deaths, has not been very successful.

Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis: Proceedings of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis Bethesda, Maryland - March 18–20, 1985. Springer US, 28 февр. Approximately 50% or more of patients with primary malignant neoplasms already have established metastases. Consequently, the most important problem in cancer treatment is the destruction or prevention of metastases.

The success rate for treatment of primary neoplasms has improved sig- nificantly due to improved surgical, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy methods, and by supportive patient care.

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proceedings of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis, Bethesda, Maryland . Developments in oncology.

proceedings of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis, Bethesda, Maryland, March 18-20, 1985. by Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular. Published 1986 by Nijhoff, Kluwer Academic Publishers in Boston, Hingham, Mass. xvi, 334 p. : Number of pages.

It covers basic cellular and molecular biology of growth factors and their receptors, as well as their role in cancer and cancer metastasis in clinical settings

It covers basic cellular and molecular biology of growth factors and their receptors, as well as their role in cancer and cancer metastasis in clinical settings. The book is intended for cancer biologists, cell biologists, biochemists, geneticists, oncologists, surgeons and physicians.

In contrast, the treatment of cancer metastases, the cause of most cancer deaths, has not been very successful. Yet it has only been recently that investigators have attempted to study the mechanisms in­ volved in this process. This is in part due to the complexity of metastases formation

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Proceedings of the Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Cancer Metastasis Bethesda, Maryland - March 18–20 . Principles of Molecular Diagnostics and Personalized Cancer Medicine. Cancer of the Thoracic Cavity.

The success rate for treatment of primary neoplasms has improved sig­ nificantly due to improved surgical, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy methods, and by supportive patient care. In contrast, the treatment of cancer metastases, the cause of most cancer deaths, has not been very successful. Approximately 50% or more of patients with primary malignant neoplasms already have established metastases. Consequently, the most important problem in cancer treatment is the destruction or prevention of metastases. Metastases research has obvious clinical importance. Yet it has only been recently that investigators have attempted to study the mechanisms in­ volved in this process. This is in part due to the complexity of metastases formation. A metastatic colony is the result of a complicated series of steps involving mUltiple tumor host interactions. It is expected that multiple biochemical factors and gene products derived both from the host and the tumor cell may be required for the metastasizing tumor cell to invade, survive host defenses, travel in the circulation, arrest and adhere in the target organ, invade out, and grow as a metastatic colony. Some of these factors have recently been identified by investigators who have focused on individual steps in the metastatic process and have employed new technologies in immunology, biochemistry and molecular biology. The purpose of this volume is to capture some of the excitement in the field of metastases based on such new discoveries.