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Molecular Targets of CNS Tumors

Edited by Miklos Garami

Semmelweis University, Hungary

Molecular Targets of CNS Tumors is a selected review of Central Nervous System (CNS) tumors with particular emphasis on signaling pathway of the most common CNS tumor types. To develop drugs which specifically attack the cancer cells requires an understanding of the distinct characteristics of those cells. Additional detailed information is provided on selected signal pathways in CNS tumors.

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Molecular Targets of CNS TumorsEdited by Miklos Garami

Published: September 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/1047

ISBN: 978-953-307-736-9

Copyright year: 2011

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57246 Total Chapter Downloads

6 Crossref Citations

37 Web of Science Citations

39 Dimensions Citations

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1. Genetic and Immunology of Brain Tumors

By Sahika Liva Cengiz and Aynur Emine Cicekcibasi

1467

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2. Genetic Instability in Paediatric and Adult Brain Tumours

By Marta Viana-Pereira, Chris Jones and Rui M. Reis

1231

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3. Brain Tumor Exosomes and Microvesicles: Pleiotropic Effects from Tiny Cellular Surrogates

By Michael W Graner

2866

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4. Recurrent Malignant Primary Brain Tumor: the Pathophysiology and Management

By Victor Tse and Harish Babu

3952

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5. The Role of Sox Transcription Factors in Brain Tumourigenesis

By Maria Ferletta

1641

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6. Angiogenesis of Primary Brain Tumors: The Role of Endoglin (CD105)

By Yasuo Sugita

1532

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7. The Role of Aquaporines in Brain Tumors

By Tatsuo Sawada

1343

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8. Glioma Stem Cells

By Kouichi Tabu, Tetsuya Taga and Shinya Tanaka

1507

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9. Molecular Hallmarks of Gliomas

By Marta Pojo and Bruno Marques Costa

940

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10. Integrated Network Analysis of Genetic and Epigenetic Factors in Glioblastoma Multiform

By Hua Dong and MomiaoXiong

1568

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11. The Neural Extracellular Matrix, Cell Adhesion Molecules and Proteolysis in Glioma Invasion and Tumorigenicity

By Chrissa A. Dwyer and Russell T. Matthews

2373

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12. Portrait of Transcriptional Expression Profiles Displayed by Different Glioblastoma Cell Lines

By Paulo R. D. V. Godoy, Stephano S. Mello, Daniele A. Magalhães, Flavia S. Donaires, Ana P. Lima-Montaldi, Patricia Nicolucci, Eduardo A. Donadi, Geraldo A. S. Passos and Elza T. Sakamoto-Hojo

1142

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13. Genetics and Biology of Glioblastoma Multiforme

By Anália Carmo, Inês Crespo and Maria Celeste Lopes

1661

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14. Chemokines in Glioma Progression

By Marco Locatelli and Alberto Mantovani

1781

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15. Biomarkers of Glioma

By Shufang Liang and Guobo Shen

2500

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16. MicroRNA (miRNA) Regulation in Glioma: Implications in Development, Progression, Grading, Prognosis and Therapy

By Kumaravel Somasundaram, Soumya Alige Mahabala Rao and Zahid Nawaz

1967

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17. MicroRNA in Human Gliomas

By Alfredo Conti, Lucia Merlo, Domenico La Torre and M’Hammed Aguennouz

998

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18. Gliomas: Role of Wnt/β-Catenin/Tcf Signaling Pathway

By Gangadhara Reddy Sareddy and Phanithi Prakash Babu

1128

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19. Insulin-Like Growth Factor Binding Protein-2: A Possible Regulator of Invasive Growth in Glioblastoma

By Tsuyoshi Fukushima and Hiroaki Kataoka

1494

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20. The Role of Isocitrate Dehydrogenase Mutations in Glioma Brain Tumors

By Chi-Ming Chang, Kaiming Xu and Hui-Kuo G. Shu

3537

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21. The Expression of BORIS Protein in a Newly Established Primary Glioma Cell Culture Line

By Siti Zawani Mohd Ramli, Shaharum Shamsuddin, Nik Norliza Hassan, Azmi Alias, Mohd Saffari Mohd Haspani and Jafri Abdullah

1521

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22. MiR-221/222 Promote the Growth of Malignant Glioma Cells by Regulating Its Target Genes

By Zhang Chunzhi, Jiang Tao, Wang Jinhuan, Cheng Jinquan, Pu Peiyu and Kang Chunsheng

2173

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23. Primary Glioblastoma with Different Patterns of EGFR Amplification and the Relationship with Gene Expression Profile

By Concha Lopez-Gines, Rosario Gil-Benso, Daniel Monleon, Jose Gonzalez-Darder and Miguel Cerda-Nicolas

2148

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24. Nuclear Signaling of EGFR and EGFRvIII in Glioblastoma

By Anupama E. Gururaj, Oliver Bögler and Khatri Latha

2637

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25. Ap 1 in Glioblastomas

By Densie Smith and Bruce Bejcek

863

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26. The Musashi1 RNA-Binding Protein: A Critical Regulator in Glioblastoma

By Dat T. Vo, Devraj Sandhu, Jonathan A. Gelfond and Luiz O. Penalva

1137

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27. The Pivotal Roles of GSK3β in Glioma Biology

By Mitsutoshi Nakada, Toshinari Minamoto, Ilya V. Pyko, Yutaka Hayashi and Jun-ichiro Hamada

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28. The Role of Matrix Metalloproteinases a nd Tissue Inhibitors of Metalloproteinases in the Progression of Astrocytomas

By Fábio Motta, Renata Canalle, France Yoshioka, Giovanny Pinto, Lúcia Harada, Carlotti Jurnior, Elvis Valera, Carlos Scrideli and Luiz Tone

1117

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29. Medulloblastoma – Genetic Alterations

By Esther Manor and Lipa Bodner

794

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30. The Role of HGF/c-Met Pathway Signaling in Human Medulloblastoma

By Claudia Faria, Christian Smith and James Rutka

3428

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31. The Impact of Redox Balance in Brain Tumors

By Pinar Atukeren

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