Tumor Suppressor Genes: Volume 1: Pathways and Isolation Strategies

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Wafik S. El-Deiry
Humana Press, 3 mar. 2003 - 504 páginas
Leading physician scientists and academic researchers review all the known tumor suppressor genes, explain how they work, and describe how they were discovered and isolated. In many cases, the authors discuss specific genes that are frequently involved in hereditary or sporadic cancers. They also provide a detailed guide to using powerful molecular genetic, cytogenetic, proteomic, and cell biological strategies to discover and isolate novel tumor suppressor genes and their targets. For both volumes: Leading physician scientists and academic researchers review all the known tumor suppressor genes, explain how they work, and describe how they were discovered and isolated. In many cases, the authors discuss specific genes that are frequently involved in hereditary or sporadic cancers. They also provide a detailed guide to using powerful molecular genetic, cytogenetic, proteomic, and cell biological strategies to discover and isolate novel tumor suppressor genes and their targets. A second volume of this two-volume set, Tumor Suppressor Genes, Volume 2: Regulation, Function, and Medical Applications, shows how to explore the cell biology and biochemical function of such encoded proteins, to study its physiological role in vivo, and to use information on TSGs to develop diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for cancer.

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