Geoffrey M. Cooper, Harvard Medical School Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston Massachusetts Geoffrey M Cooper
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1995 - 384 páginas
The study of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes continues to be a fast-moving area of science. This authoritative text provides a conceptual framework which allows students and professionals to understand this complex field. It also serves as a comprehensive reference for scientists engaged in oncogene research. The second edition of this text details major advances and developments in the field, such as the identification of many new tumor suppressor genes and the striking progress in understanding signal transduction pathways leading to cell proliferation. Oncogenes, Second Edition, addresses the needs of advanced undergraduates, graduate students, medical students, physicians, and scientists by examining the current state of oncogene study and where future research may lead.
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