5 edition of Modifiers of chemical carcinogenesis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editor, Thomas J. Slaga.|
|Series||Carcinogenesis--a comprehensive survey ;, v. 5|
|Contributions||Slaga, Thomas J.|
|LC Classifications||RC268.5 .C36 vol. 5, RC268.6 .C36 vol. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 275 p. :|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||77075652|
1. Mol Gen Mikrobiol Virusol. Feb;(2) [Modifiers of chemical mutagenesis and carcinogenesis]. [Article in Russian] Ramel C. PMID. Dr. Clayson began writing Toxicological Carcinogenesis but passed away before its completion. The final drafts were edited by his wife, Marjorie, who was his constant companion and copilot for more than 40 years. Toxicological Carcinogenesis is a valuable addition to the body of literature in the field of carcinogenesis. In addition, at a cost.
The book provides a solid foundation of the principles of pharmacology. Principles are explained through the use of practical examples and case studies. The text covers all aspects of medical pharmacology, including a comprehensive discussion of the clinically important features of pharmacokinetics. This new book is an essential reference, as well as introduction to the field of chemical carcinogenesis, with particular focus on DNA damage as a critical link between exposure and disease, and emphasis on biomarkers associated with cancer risk in humans. In addition to DNA damage, related topics covered include metabolism of selected chemical.
CLASSIFICATION OF CHEMICAL CARCINOGENS 4 CARCINOGENS NON GENOTOXICGENOTOXIC Direct acting Indirect acting Promoters Cytotoxins Endocrine modifiers Peroxisome proliferators Immune suppressors S. M. Cohen, L. L. Arnold, Chemical carcinogenesis, Toxicol Sci Suppl 1. Molecular analyses of the stages of chemical carcinogenesis in the skin have indicated that the H-ras gene is a major target for a mutational event that takes place at the time of initiation.
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I have been privileged to witness and participate in the great growth of knowledge on chemical carcinogenesis and mutagenesis since when I entered graduate school in biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
I immediately started to work with the carcinogenic aminoazo dyes un der the direction of Professor CARL BAUMANN. Get this from a library. Modifiers of chemical carcinogenesis: an approach to the biochemical mechanism and cancer prevention.
[Thomas J Slaga;]. Mechanisms of Chemical Carcinogenesis provides information pertinent to the fundamental mechanisms of chemical carcinogenesis. This book surveys the interactions of chemical carcinogens with native DNA, the activation of normal cellular sequences, and Book Edition: 1.
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Slaga, ed. New York: Raven Press. $ This volume is the fifth in the series Carcinogenesis. Carcinogenesis: A comprehensive survey, 5. Modifiers of chemical carcinogenesis: An approach to the biochemical mechanism and cancer prevention T. Slaga, by: 1. DNA Methylation and Carcinogenesis.
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Studies on tumor induction and carcinogenesis modification by nonviral nucleic acids, by nucleases, proteases, histones, and by antigenic stimulation as well as by antibodies are also considered.
The book further tackles tumor-released factors as possible modifiers of carcinogenesis. In the review, some attention is given to Wnt3, Wnt3A, and Wnt2B as important members of the Wnt family to address the role of lipidation and modifiers of Wnt proteins in intestinal carcinogenesis.
Wnt3 is an important player in establishing the Wnt gradient. Examples of this chemical-tissue interaction are asbestos, which is probably a promoter with respect to lung cancer and an initiator with respect to mesothelioma in humans (NRC, ), and 2-AAF, which has promoting activity in both bladder and liver carcinogenesis in laboratory animals (Hughes et al., ).
The basis for determining whether a chemical causes or induces malignant neoplasms is a complete evaluation of the carcinogenesis experiment or toxicology experiments involving the chemical, including a detailed histopathology review and statistical analyses.
This volume will provide a contemporary account of advances in chemical carcinogenesis. It will promote the view that it is chemical alteration of the DNA that is a route cause of many cancers.
The multi-stage model of chemical carcinogenesis, exposure to major classes of human carcinogens and their mode-of-action will be a focal point. The balance between metabolic activation 2/5(2). Whereas the first volume covers the theories of carcinogenesis, exposure to chemical carcinogens, in vivo and in vitro carcinogenesis, and reactions of carcinogens with DNA, this second volume concentrates on the relationships between mutagenesis and carcinogenesis, modifiers of chemical carcinogenesis, and oncogenes in tumour development.
As background to the studies of chemical and radiation carcinogenesis, the book surveys knowledge of cell transformation and carcinogen metabolism. Among the topics reviewed are the transforming genes involved in human malignancy, the genetics and epigenetics of neoplasia, and the single-hit and multi-hit concepts of hepatocarcinogenesis.
Table 8–1 lists definitions of terms commonly used in discussing chemical carcinogenesis. For benign neoplasms, the tissue of origin is frequently followed by the suffix “oma”; for example, a benign fibrous neoplasm would be termed fibroma, and a benign glandular epithelium termed an adenoma.
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