Stromal Signaling in Cancer - Peggi Angel

Stromal Signaling in Cancer

Peggi Angel (Redaktør) ; Michael Ostrowski (Redaktør)

Stromal Signaling in Cancer, Volume 154 in the Advances in Cancer Research series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on a variety of timely topics surrounding cancer research. Les mer
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Stromal Signaling in Cancer, Volume 154 in the Advances in Cancer Research series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on a variety of timely topics surrounding cancer research. Each chapter is written by an international board of authors.
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Forlag: Academic Press Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780323854238
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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1. The pathologic diagnosis of carcinoma in various tissues
Alexandria Avery, Jay Alden, Chelsea Kramish, Corynne Caballero, Chelsea Wright-Void, and Evelyn T. Bruner
2. Predictive value of collagen in cancer
Peggi M. Angel and Stephen C. Zambrzycki
3. Molecular sensors for detection of tumor-stroma crosstalk
Brendan T. Fuller, Emily M. Buczynksi, Peter E. Beshay, and Jonathan W. Song
4. Diverse roles of tumor-stromal PDGFB-to-PDGFRß signaling in breast cancer growth and metastasis
Sajita Shah and Gina M. Sizemore
5. Meaningful connections: Interrogating the role of physical fibroblast cell–cell communication in cancer
Jaye C. Gardiner and Edna Cukierman
6. Origin, activation and heterogeneity of fibroblasts associated with pancreas and breast cancers
Lu Han, Cara Seward, Gustavo Leone, and Michael C. Ostrowski
7. PTEN in cancer associated fibroblasts
Julia E. Lefler, Cara Seward, and Michael C. Ostrowski
8. High-dimensionality reduction clustering of complex carbohydrates to study lung cancer metabolic heterogeneity
Lindsey R. Conroy, Josephine E. Chang, Qi Sun, Harrison A. Clarke, Michael D. Buoncristiani, Lyndsay E.A. Young, Robert J. McDonald, Jinze Liu, Matthew S. Gentry, Derek B. Allison, and Ramon C. Sun
Peggi Angel works at the Medical University of South Carolina, South Carolina, USA Dr. Michael Ostrowski works at the Medical University of South Carolina in SC, USA.