The Molecular Biology of Cancer
Journal of Molecular Cancer is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal that aims to enhance our understanding on the genesis, diagnosis, consequences of cancer molecules by critiquing the literature on Molecular Cancer, Cell and Tumor Biology, Angiogenesis, Cancer Antigens, Cellular Signaling and Molecular Biology, Genetic And Molecular Profiling of Cancer, DNA Damage and Repair, Cell Cycle, Metastasis.
The Molecular Biology of Cancer discusses the state of progress in the molecular biology of cancer. The book describes the effects of anticancer agents on nucleolar ultrastructure; the role of chromosomes in the causation and progression of cancer and leukemia; the replication, modification, and repair of DNA. The text also describes the metabolism and utilization of messenger RNA and other high molecular weight RNA and low molecular weight nuclear RNA; the characteristics, structures, and functions of nuclear proteins; and the process of protein synthesis. Nucleotides are reviewed with regard to its biosynthesis, inhibition of synthesis, and development of resistance to inhibitors. The book further tackles the biochemical mechanisms of chemical carcinogenesis; the oncogenic viruses; and the molecular correlation concept. The text also demonstrates phenotypic variability as a manifestation of translational control; and plasmacytomas. Molecular biologists, virologists, pathologists, cell biologists, oncologists, pharmacologists, and students taking related courses will find the book useful.
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Journal of Molecular Cancer
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