Apoptosis in Normal Development and Cancer

Apoptosis in Normal Development and Cancer

By: M. Sluyser (editor)Hardback

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In apoptosis in the mammalian system, cells have a finite life - they develop, are used and then die. Cancer cells escape this programmed routine but, from an understanding of apoptosis, they can be programmed to die. This book addresses the


Apoptosis - a 20th-century scientific revolution, B.V. Harmon and D.J. Allan; the enzymology of apoptosis, F.M. Hughes and J.A. Cidlowski; molecular mechanisms of apoptosis, S. Tanuma; identification of genes associated with cell death, C.A. Lamb and J.J. Cohen; genes involved in apoptosis, N.J. McCarthy et al; the role of p53 in apoptosis, S.W. Lowe; Bcl-2 in apoptosis, J. Reed; molecular and genetic control of apoptosis in Drosophilia, J.M. Abrams; evolution of apoptosis, D.L. Vaux;

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  • ISBN13: 9780748404445
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 303
  • ID: 9780748404445
  • weight: 680
  • ISBN10: 0748404449

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