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TitleCell Cycle Inhibitors in Cancer Therapy [electronic resource] : Current Strategies / edited by Antonio Giordano, Kenneth J. Soprano
ImprintTotowa, NJ : Humana Press : Imprint: Humana Press, 2003
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The molecular approach to disease continues to yield a tremendous amount of new information about those aspects of cellular replication that we use to understand, prevent, diagnose, and cure cancer. In Cell Cycle Inhibitors in Cancer Therapy: Current Strategies, recognized clinicians and investigators review in a comprehensible and user-friendly style all the latest information about the molecular biology of cell-cycle control and demonstrate its clinical relevance to understanding neoplastic diseases. Topics range from Cdk inhibitors and cell cycle regulators to the prognostic value of p27 and tumor-suppressor genes as diagnostic tools. Actual case studies show how the new molecular understanding has produced such drugs as Flavopiridol and Sulindac. Up-to-date and richly instructive, Cell Cycle Inhibitors in Cancer Therapy: Current Strategies brings all the recent critical research findings to bear on clinical practice, and clearly shows their powerful impact on the diagnostics, prognostics, and therapeutics of cancer, AIDS, and cardiovascular disease


1 Cdk Inhibitors: Background and Introduction -- 2 p27, A Prognostic Indicator Reflecting?... -- 3 Cell Cycle Control of Transcription at the G1/S Phase Transition -- 4 Tumor-Suppressor Genes as Diagnostic Tools -- 5 Regulation of Cell Cycle and Apoptosis -- 6 CDK Inhibitors as Targets of Chemoprevention Agents -- 7 Cell Cycle Regulatory Genes as Targets of Retinoids -- 8 Modulators of Cyclin-Dependent Kinases: A Novel Therapeutic Approach for the Treatment of Neoplastic Diseases -- 9 Cell Cycle Regulators: Interactions and Their Role in Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment of Cancer -- 10 Cell Cycle Regulators as Targets of Anticancer Therapy -- 11 Mammalian CDK Inhibitors as Targets of Ubiquitinization in Cancer -- 12 Synthetic Oligopeptides as Cancer Cell Cycle Modulators

Medicine Cancer research Oncology Medicine & Public Health Oncology Cancer Research


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