Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Future Aspects of Tumor Suppressor Gene

Edited by Yue Cheng

University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Tumor suppressor genes (TSGs) and their signaling networks are fast growing areas in current biomedical science. These groups of genes, which are not limited to tumor suppression, play critical roles in many cellular activities. This book, "Future Aspects of Tumor Suppressor Genes", contains some fascinating fields, from basic to translational researches, in recent TSG studies. For example, several TSG signaling pathways are addressed in this book, and both mouse and Drosophila models used for the exploration of these genes are described based on the experimental evidence. A detailed review for current knowledge of microRNA studies in the regulation of tumor growth is introduced. Additionally, how natural compounds interfere with the progression of cancer development via TSG pathways is systemically summarized. Recent progresses in cell reprogramming and stemness transition processes regulated by TSG pathways are also included in this book.

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Future Aspects of Tumor Suppressor GeneEdited by Yue Cheng

Published: April 10th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/56471

ISBN: 978-953-51-1063-7

Copyright year: 2013

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9997 Total Chapter Downloads

2 Crossref Citations

5 Web of Science Citations

8 Dimensions Citations

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1. Strain-Specific Allele Loss: An Important Clue to Tumor Suppressors Involved in Tumor Susceptibility

By Nobuko Mori and Yoshiki Okada

737

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2. To Grow, Stop or Die? – Novel Tumor-Suppressive Mechanism Regulated by the Transcription Factor E2F

By Eiko Ozono, Shoji Yamaoka and Kiyoshi Ohtani

1591

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3. MicroRNAs and lncRNAs as Tumour Suppressors

By Emanuela Boštjančič and Damjan Glavac

1014

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4. Roles of Tumor Suppressor Signaling on Reprogramming and Stemness Transition in Somatic Cells

By Arthur Kwok Leung Cheung, Yee Peng Phoon, Hong Lok Lung, Josephine Mun Yee Ko, Yue Cheng and Maria Li Lung

1081

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5. Modeling Tumorigenesis in Drosophila: Current Advances and Future Perspectives

By Fani Papagiannouli and Bernard M. Mechler

1518

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6. Polyphenolic Compounds Targeting p53-Family Tumor Suppressors: Current Progress and Challenges

By Nelly Etienne-Selloum, Israa Dandache, Tanveer Sharif, Cyril Auger and Valérie B. Schini-Kerth

1798

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7. START-GAP/DLC Family Proteins: Molecular Mechanisms for Anti-Tumor Activities

By Hitoshi Yagisawa

940

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8. MIG-6 and SPRY2 in the Regulation of Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Signaling: Balancing Act via Negative Feedback Loops

By Yu-Wen Zhang and George F. Vande Woude

1318

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