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TitleMolecular and Cellular Biology of Prostate Cancer [electronic resource] / edited by James P. Karr, Donald S. Coffey, Roy G. Smith, Donald J. Tindall
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1991
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-3704-5
Descript XII, 383 p. online resource

SUMMARY

These proceedings of the 5th Prouts Neck Meeting on Prostate Cancer, held in October, 1989, highlight the many advances in the understanding of prostatic growth and function at the cellular and molecular levels which have been registered since the first Prouts Neck Meeting in 1985, a meeting which also focused on the then current concepts and basic approaches to understanding prostate cancer. Interยญ vening Prouts Neck Meetings in 1986, 1987 and 1988 were devoted to treatment, image cytometry and clinical markers. As before, the Prouts Neck tradition of bringing together an international, multidiscipliยญ nary group of experts for 3 days to exchange ideas and new data, in the relaxed atmosphere of an old iun on the scenic Maine coast, proved to be an ideal combination for a highly successful conference. Accordingly, the Organ System Program of the National Cancer Institute plans to use the Prouts Neck model for future conferences on other solid tumors (bladder in 1990 and kidney in 1991) and will return to the prostate in 1992. A new dimension was added to the current program through the inclusion of a poster session to recognize the research of pre-and postdoctoral investigators. The posters were judged by Drs. Collette Freeman, Frank French, Shutsung Liao, Robert Matusik and Henry Sun. The three winners, in alphabetiยญ cal order, were John Fabian, Robert Getzenberg and Ming Fong-Lin


CONTENT

I. Intracellular Communications -- Tissue Specificity and Cell Death are Associated with Specific Alterations in Nuclear Matrix Proteins -- Mechanism of Growth Regulation in Androgen Responsive Cells -- The Impact of Androgen, Extracellular Matrix, and Stroma upon Proliferation and Differentiation of Benign and Malignant Prostate Epithelial Cells -- Therapeutic Approaches to Activating Programmed Cell Death of Androgen-Independent Prostatic Cancer Cells -- Cell Motility and Structural Harmonics in Prostate Cancer -- II. Growth Factors - 1 -- Studies of the Endocrine and Paracrine Effect of Tumor Produced Factors in Human Genitourinary Cancers -- Fibroblast Growth Factor: Implications in the Etiology of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia -- Fibroblast-Mediated Human Epithelial Tumor Growth and Hormonal Responsiveness In Vivo -- Polyamine Requirement of Prostate Cancer Cell Proliferation -- Heparin-Binding (Fibroblast) Growth Factor/Receptor Gene Expression in the Prostate -- Characterization and Partial Purification of a Non - Heparin-Binding Prostate Growth Factor From Cancerous Human Prostate -- Growth Factors - 2 -- Transforming Growth Factor a : A Potential Autocrine Growth Regulator in Prostatic Carcinoma -- Prostatic Growth Factors (PrGFs) โ{128}{148} From the Identification of Probasin to the Role of PrGFs -- Urogenital Sinus Derived Growth Inhibitory Factor -- Growth Factor Antagonists in Prostate Cancer: Suramin and Cytotoxic Polyamines as Potential Therapy -- Transforming Growth Factors in Human Prostate Cancer -- Gene Products as the Motivating Force in the Prostate Cellโ{128}{153}s Response to Androgens -- III. Steroid Receptors -- Molecular Biology of Prostate - Specific Antigen -- Structure and Expression of the Androgen Receptor in Normal Tissues and in Prostate Carcinoma Cell Lines -- Structural Analysis and Gene Expression of TR2 Receptor and TR3 Receptor -- cDNA Cloning, Antibody Production and Immunohistochemical Localization of the Androgen Receptor -- New Approaches to Studies on the Androgen Receptor -- Specific Receptors for Vitamin D3 in Human Prostatic Carcinoma Cells -- IV. Poster Presentations -- Role of Androgens and Extracellular Matrix in the Growth and Differentiation of Benign and Malignant Prostatic Epithelial Cells -- Tissue Specificity and Cell Death Are Associated with Specific Alterations in Nuclear Matrix Proteins -- ElTect of Transformation on Rat Prostatic Fibroblasts: Alterations In Extracellular Matrix and Cytoskeleton Gene Expression with Retention of Androgen Responsiveness and Androgen Receptor Expression -- A Potential Role for the MDR-1 Gene in the Development of Androgen-Independent Tumors -- Relevance of Low Androgen Levels and Adrenal Androgens in the Growth of Transplantable Human Prostatic Carcinomas -- Growth-Stimulating Effect of Growth Factor(s) from Androgen Independent Tumor Cells (CS 2-Cell) on Androgen Responsive Tumor Cells -- The Cellular Form of Human Prostatic Acid Phosphatase May Function as a Phosphotyrosyl Protein Phosphatase in Cells -- Expression of Prostate Antigen in LNCaP Cells in Culture -- Allelic Expression of the Mouse Ren-1 Genes in the Anterior Prostate (Coagulating Gland) -- V. Dna Structure and Gene Expression -- Genomic Alterations in Prostatic Cancer -- Regulation of Gene Expression in the Prostate -- Androgen Regulation of HBGF I-(aFGF) and Characterization of the Androgen-Receptor mRNA in the Human Prostate Carcinoma Ceil Une - LNCaP/A-dep -- DNA Methylation, Differentiation and Cancer -- Evidence for tbe Involement of Genetic Differences and Mesenchymal Factors in the Progression of Oncogene - Induced Prostate Cancer in Reconstituted Mouse Prostate -- Differential Hybridization Analysis as a Tool to Study Prostatic Cancer Metastasis -- Molecular Biology of Androgen Acceptors in Prostatic Cancer Cells -- Panel Discussion -- Panel Discussion -- Panel Discussion -- Panel Discussion -- Panel Discussion -- Contributors


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