Cell Growth and Oncogenesis [electronic resource]

  • Bannasch, Peter. editor. , Kanduc, Darja. editor. , Papa, Sergio. editor. , Tager, J. M. editor.
  • 1998
Cell Growth and Oncogenesis [electronic resource]
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  • Title/Author
    Cell Growth and Oncogenesis[electronic resource] / edited by Peter Bannasch, Darja Kanduc, Sergio Papa, J. M. Tager.
  • Author
    Bannasch, Peter., editor., Kanduc, Darja., editor., Papa, Sergio., editor., Tager, J. M., editor.
  • Authors
    SpringerLink (Online service)
  • Phy Desc.
    XV, 312 p. : online resource.
  • Total State.
    Molecular and Cell Biology Updates
  • Contents Note
    Ion homeostasis, energy metabolism and control of cell growth -- Glucose catabolism in cancer cells: Role and regulation of hexokinase overexpression -- Double role of pyruvate kinase type M2 in the regulation of phosphometabolite pools -- The mitochondrial ATP synthase in normal and neoplastic cell growth -- The pH of internal compartments of normal and activated cells -- Signal transduction, oncogenes and growth factors -- Hepatic regeneration: New concepts on cell proliferation -- Raf-dependent signaling pathways in cell growth and differentiation -- E7 protein of human papillomaviruses and its interaction with cellular pathways -- Phosphorylation of the p53 tumour suppressor protein by stress- and DNA damage-activated protein kinases -- Bile acids, cell proliferation and protein phosphorylation -- Alteration of cell division cycle regulation in human cancers: The role of CDKN2A gene -- The bombesin receptor is coupled to multiple signal transduction pathways and induces cell proliferation -- Control of cell proliferation by a-tocopherol -- Development of resistance to the mitoinhibitory effects of orotic acid during experimental liver carcinogenesis -- Mechanisms of carcinogenesis and drug resistance of cancer cells -- Early aberrations of energy metabolism in carcinogenesis -- Stimulation of liver cell growth by direct mitogens -- Low-number intrahepatic islet transplantation ??a model of hormonal hepatocarcinogenesis -- Translational regulation: possible significance of differential tRNA expression during the transition from quiescence to proliferation -- Cloning and expression of a stable ornithine decarboxylase form conferring selective growth advantage to the HMOA cells against cytostatic treatment with ?-methylornithine -- Changing the lipid composition in hepatoma cell membranes can affect cell death and proliferation -- The multidrug resistance phenotype: P-glycoprotein, regulation of the mdr genes and other related mechanisms.
  • Topical Term
    Medicine & Public Health.
    Medicine/Public Health, general.
  • Host Item
    Springer eBooks
  • Additional Item
    Printed edition: 9783034898416
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