Innovative Endocrinology of Cancer by Jin-Qiang Chen, Terry R. Brown, James D. Yager (auth.), Lev

By Jin-Qiang Chen, Terry R. Brown, James D. Yager (auth.), Lev M. Berstein MD, PhD, DMS, Richard J. Santen MD (eds.)

This quantity is dedicated to the recent advancements in such subject matters as mechanisms of hormonal carcinogenesis, epidemiology and danger components, hormone construction through tumor tissue and hormonal sensitivity of the latter, genesis, dichotomy and endocrinology of melanoma in women, pharmacogenomics and proteomics in oncoendocrinology, organic middle of hormonal and antihormonal remedy of melanoma and its prevention.

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34,35 While the up-regulation of MAP kinase is only transitory for a period of 2-3 months, these cells become hypersensitive to EGF-R mediated pathways. At the same time, we have demonstrated increased complex formation between ER alpha and the EGF-R and between ER alpha and cSRC. These studies also demonstrate that the tamoxifen resistant cells become hypersensitive to the inhibitory properties of the EGF-R tyrosine kinase inhibitor, AG 1478. Figure 7. A) In vitro effects of FTS on cell growth.

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