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TitleHypoxia and Cancer Metastasis [electronic resource] / edited by Daniele M. Gilkes
ImprintCham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
Edition 1st ed. 2019
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Descript VIII, 160 p. 17 illus., 16 illus. in color. online resource


The present book is an attempt to provide a detailed review of studies that clarify our current understanding of the role of hypoxia in the progression of primary cancer to metastatic disease. It will enable researchers to discover the critical cellular changes that occur under hypoxic conditions and play a role in metastatic dissemination, from the activation of hypoxia-inducible factors, HIF-1 and HIF-2, to the transcriptional profile changes that occur in cancer cells and promote cancer cell survival under detrimental conditions. Readers will discover the methods and challenges involved in imaging and quantifying the degree of hypoxia in a primary tumor. We will provide an understanding of the hypoxia-induced phenotypes that influence heterogeneity, alter the secretome and tumor microenvironment, modify cellular metabolism, and promote immune suppression and resistance to chemotherapy. Finally, we will uncover the therapeutic strategies that are being devised to target the hypoxic microenvironment in the hopes of preventing metastasis and improving the efficacy of standard-of-care cancer treatments. This work is an up to date source of information on the challenges and complexity of the hypoxic tumor microenvironment. Basic and translational scientists, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, and those interested in how tumors metastasize will find this book a reference that details how hypoxia influences metastatic disease


Preface -- Hypoxia mediates tumor malignancy -- Clinical methods for quanitifying hypoxia in human tumors -- Hypoxia-induced phenotypes that mediate tumor heterogeneity -- Hypoxia and the tumors secretome -- Hypoxic signaling in angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis -- Hypoxia induced metabolic reprogramming in cancer metastasis -- The metastatic niche and hypoxia -- Hypoxia and immune suppression -- Hypoxia-induced resistance to cancer therapy -- Therapeutic stratagies to target the hypoxic microenvironment -- Index.

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