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Oncogenes and Tumor Suppressor Genes

Metin Budak

Trakya University

Dr. Budak is a member of the Clinical Research Ethics Committee and Quantification and Consideration Committee of the Medicine Faculty. His research focuses on how the cell overcomes chromatin structure and methylation to allow access to the underlying DNA and enable normal cellular function.

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Oncogene Proto-Oncogenes Cell Growth Differentiation Mutation Tumor Suppressor Gene Apoptosis Necrosis Methylation Acetylation Cancer Environment

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Cell number in eukaryotic organisms; a unique balance between cell proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis is achieved and maintained. Cancer is caused by mutational changes in critical regulatory genes that control these mechanisms. The main consequence of the deterioration of these systems is cancer. The earliest information on the molecular basis of cancer has emerged with studies on retroviruses. Although the majority of human cancers are due to carcinogenic effects of environmental factors, they are present in spontaneous or familial origin. A small portion of all cancers, such as 10-20%, are caused by viruses. The remaining majority is due to chemical or radioactive carcinogen exposure. Abnormal cell proliferation, such as cancer, is caused by other causes such as loss of balance between protooncogenes and tumor suppressor genes that stabilize cell proliferation, or errors during DNA replication. Some of these are due to epigenetic mechanisms.

The main purpose of this book is to create a resource book for all types of researchers, doctors, and students dealing with oncogenes and their functions by covering all oncogene mechanisms.
 

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Date completed: April 23rd 2021

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Deadline for chapter proposals: May 21st 2021

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Deadline for full chapters: July 20th 2021

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Review results due: October 8th 2021

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Expected publication date: December 7th 2021

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About the editor

Metin Budak

Trakya University

Metin Budak, MSc, PhD is an Assistant Professor at Trakya University, Faculty of Medicine. He has been Head of the Molecular Research Lab at Prof. Mirko Tos Ear and Hearing Research Center since 2018. His specializations are biophysics, epigenetics, genetics, and methylation mechanisms. He has published around 25 peer-reviewed papers, 2 book chapters, and 28 abstracts. He is a member of the Clinical Research Ethics Committee and Quantification and Consideration Committee of Medicine Faculty. His research area is the role of methylation during gene transcription, chromatin packages DNA within the cell and DNA repair, replication, recombination, and gene transcription. His research focuses on how the cell overcomes chromatin structure and methylation to allow access to the underlying DNA and enable normal cellular function.

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