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Gene Expression and Regulation in Mammalian Cells

Transcription Toward the Establishment of Novel Therapeutics

Edited by Fumiaki Uchiumi

Tokyo University of Science

Sixty years after the "central dogma," great achievements have been developed in molecular biology. We have also learned the important functions of noncoding RNAs and epigenetic regulations. More importantly, whole genome sequencing and transcriptome analyses enabled us to diagnose specific diseases. This book is not only intended for students and researchers working in laboratory but also physicians and pharmacists. This volume consists of 14 chapters, divided into 4 parts. Each chapter is written by experts investigating biological stresses, epigenetic regulation, and functions of transcription factors in human diseases. All articles presented in this volume by excellent investigators provide new insights into the studies in transcriptional control in mammalian cells and will inspire us to develop or establish novel therapeutics against human diseases.

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Gene Expression and Regulation in Mammalian CellsTranscription Toward the Establishment of Novel TherapeuticsEdited by Fumiaki Uchiumi

Published: February 28th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.74045

ISBN: 978-953-51-3868-6

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3867-9

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1. Stress Response of Dietary Phytochemicals in a Hormetic Manner for Health and Longevity

By Ceren Gezer

173

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2. Control of Ribosomal RNA Transcription by Nutrients

By Yuji Tanaka and Makoto Tsuneoka

138

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3. DNA Methylation in Mammalian Cells

By Patrick Winata, Marissa William, Victoria Keena, Ken Takahashi and Yuen Yee Cheng

131

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4. Histone Chaperones Regulate Mammalian Gene Expression

By Debasree Dutta, Khaja Mohieddin Syed and Ananda Mukherjee

130

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5. Epigenetic Factors: Key Regulators Targeted in Cancers

By Nicole S L Yeo-Teh, Yoshiaki Ito and Sudhakar Jha

125

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6. Hydroxymethylation Influences on Intestinal Epithelial Cells in Health and Disease

By Kayci Huff-Hardy and John H. Kwon

97

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7. The Key Role of E2F in Tumor Suppression through Specific Regulation of Tumor Suppressor Genes in Response to Oncogenic Changes

By Kenta Kurayoshi, Eiko Ozono, Ritsuko Iwanaga, Andrew P. Bradford, Hideyuki Komori, Keigo Araki and Kiyoshi Ohtani

98

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8. Changes in the Expression and the Role of Sirtuin 3 in Cancer Cells and in Cardiovascular Health and Disease

By Ozkan Ozden and Kevser Tural

116

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9. Regulatory Functions of Pax1 and Pax9 in Mammalian Cells

By V. Sivakamasundari, Petra Kraus and Thomas Lufkin

116

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10. The Hypoxia-Inducible Factor-1α in Angiogenesis and Cancer: Insights from the Drosophila Model

By Vasilia Tamamouna and Chrysoula Pitsouli

135

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11. Manipulation and Study of Gene Expression in Neurotoxin- Treated Neuronal PC12 and SH-SY5Y Cells for In Vitro Studies of Parkinson’s Disease

By Pascaline Aimé, Xiaotian Sun and Lloyd A. Greene

107

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12. Transcriptional Regulation of the Intestinal Cancer Stem Cell Phenotype

By Antoine Gleizes, Vincent Cavaillès and Marion Lapierre

112

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13. Passenger or Driver: Can Gene Expression Profiling Tell Us Anything about LINE-1 in Cancer?

By Stephen Ohms, Jane E. Dahlstrom and Danny Rangasamy

164

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14. Viral Modulation of Host Translation and Implications for Vaccine Development

By Abhijeet Bakre and Ralph A. Tripp

97

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