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Advances in Cancer Therapy

The book "Advances in Cancer Therapy" is a new addition to the Intech collection of books and aims at providing scientists and clinicians with a comprehensive overview of the state of current knowledge and latest research findings in the area of cancer therapy. For this purpose research articles, clinical investigations and review papers that are thought to improve the readers' understanding of cancer therapy developments and/or to keep them up to date with the most recent advances in this field have been included in this book. With cancer being one of the most serious diseases of our times, I am confident that this book will meet the patients', physicians' and researchers' needs.

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Advances in Cancer TherapyEdited by Hala Gali-Muhtasib

Published: November 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/1780

ISBN: 978-953-307-703-1

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1. May Mast Cells Have Any Effect in New Modalities of Cancer Treatment?

By Öner Özdemir

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2. The Application of Membrane Vesicles for Cancer Therapy

By Khan Salma, Jutzy Jessica M.S., Aspe Jonathan R., Valenzuela Malyn May A., Park Joon S., Turay David and Wall Nathan R.

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3. The Airways: A Promising Route for the Pulmonary Delivery of Anticancer Agents

By Guilleminault L., Hervé-Grépinet V., Lemarié E. and Heuzé-Vourc’h N.

1404

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4. Cell Division Gene from Bacteria in Minicell Production for Therapy

By Nguyen Tu H.K.

1392

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5. Vascular-Targeted Photodynamic Therapy (VTP)

By Ezatul Ezleen Kamarulzaman, Hamanou Benachour, Muriel Barberi-Heyob, Céline Frochot, Habibah A Wahab, François Guillemin and Régis Vanderesse

2559

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6. Binary Radiotherapy of Melanoma – Russian Research Results

By Victor Kulakov, Elena Grigirjeva, Elena Koldaeva, Alisa Arnopolskaya and Alexey Lipengolts

1307

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7. Clinical Development Paradigms for Cancer Vaccines: The Case of CIMAvax EGF®

By Gisela González, Tania Crombet and Agustín Lage

2503

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8. Brain Metastases: Biology and Comprehensive Strategy from Radiotherapy to Metabolic Inhibitors and Hyperthermia

By Baronzio Gianfranco, Fiorentini Giammaria Guais Adeline and Schwartz Laurent

1703

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9. Survivin: Identification of Selective Functional Signaling Pathways inTransformed Cells and Identification of a New Splice Variant with Growth Survival Activity

By Louis M. Pelus and Seiji Fukuda

1379

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10. Signalling Pathways Leading to TRAIL Resistance

By Roberta Di Pietro

1341

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11. Therapeutical Cues from the Tumor Microenvironment

By Stefano Marastoni, Eva Andreuzzi, Roberta Colladel, Alice Paulitti, Alessandra Silvestri, Federico Todaro, Alfonso Colombatti and Maurizio Mongiat

1193

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12. Cyclin-Dependent Kinases (Cdk) as Targets for Cancer Therapy and Imaging

By Franziska Graf, Frank Wuest and Jens Pietzsch

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13. Targeting Tumor Perfusion and Oxygenation Modulates Hypoxia and Cancer Sensitivity to Radiotherapy and Systemic Therapies

By Bénédicte F. Jordan and Pierre Sonveaux

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14. Significance, Mechanisms, and Progress of Anticancer Drugs Targeting HGF-Met

By Katsuya Sakai, Takahiro Nakamura, Yoshinori Suzuki and Kunio Matsumoto

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15. Nuclear Survivin: Cellular Consequences and Therapeutic Implications

By Sally P. Wheatley

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16. Anticancer Properties of Curcumin

By Varisa Pongrakhananon and Yon Rojanasakul

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17. Salograviolide A: A Plant-Derived Sesquiterpene Lactone with Promising Anti-Inflammatory and Anticancer Effects

By Isabelle Fakhoury and Hala Gali-Muhtasib

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18. The Role of Inflammation in Cancer

By O’Leary D.P., Neary P.M. and Redmond H.P.

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19. CD277 an Immune Regulator of T Cell Function and Tumor Cell Recognition

By Jose Francisco Zambrano-Zaragoza, Nassima Messal, Sonia Pastor, Emmanuel Scotet, Marc Bonneville, Danièle Saverino, Marcello Bagnasco, Crystelle Harly, Yves Guillaume, Jacques Nunes, Pierre Pontarotti, Marc Lopez and Daniel Olive

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20. Transcription Regulation and Epigenetic Control of Expression of Natural Killer Cell Receptors and Their Ligands

By Zhixia Zhou, Cai Zhang, Jian Zhang and Zhigang Tian

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21. Non-Invasive Devices for Early Detection of Breast Tissue Oncological Abnormalities Using Microwave Radio Thermometry

By Tahir H. Shah, Elias Siores and Chronis Daskalakis

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22. Immunophenotyping of the Blast Cells in Correlations with the Molecular Genetics Analyses for Diagnostic and Clinical Stratification of Patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia: Single Center Experience

By Irina Panovska-Stavridis

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23. Prospective Applications of Microwaves in Medicine

By Jaroslav Vorlíček, Barbora Vrbova and Jan Vrba

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24. Photon Total Body Irradiation for Leukemia Transplantation Therapy: Rationale and Technique Options

By Brent Herron, Alex Herron, Kathryn Howell, Daniel Chin and Luann Roads

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25. Radio-Photoluminescence Glass Dosimeter (RPLGD)

By David Y.C. Huang and Shih-Ming Hsu

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