Molecular Approaches to Controlling Cancer

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Bruce Stillman, David Stewart
CSHL Press, 2005 - Medical - 538 pages
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The 2005 Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology focused on molecular strategies aimed at understanding and controlling the cancerous state. The resulting volume, with contributions from the world’s leading laboratories, covers many aspects of cancer genetics, including DNA repair, telomeres, animal models, stem cells, and therapeutic approaches.

  

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Contents

The Evolving Portrait of Cancer Metastasis PB Gupta S Mani J Yang K Hartwell and RA Weinberg
291
Genomic Binding and Transcriptional Regulation by theDrosophila Myc and Mnt Transcription Factors A Orian SS Grewal PS Knoepfler BA Edgar ...
299
Regulation of the Arfp53 Tumor Surveillance Network by E2F PJ Iaquinta A Aslanian and JA Lees
309
Genetic and Epigenetic Changes in Mammary EpithelialCells Identify a Subpopulation of Cells Involvedin Early Carcinogenesis H Berman J Zhang ...
317
Epigenetic Changes in Cancer and Preneoplasia JG Herman
329
A Genetic Approach to Cancer Epigenetics AP Feinberg
335
TheRole of Extracellular Matrix and Its Degrading Enzymes MJ Bissell PA Kenny and DC Radisky
343
How Do Cancer Cells Acquire the Fuel Neededto Support Cell Growth? CB Thompson DE Bauer JJ Lum G Hatzivassiliou WX Zong D Ditsworth F ...
357

Abnormalities of the Inactive X Chromosome Are aCommon Feature of BRCA1 Mutant and SporadicBasallike Breast Cancer S Ganesan AL Richard...
93
The ATMdependent DNA Damage Signaling Pathway R Kitagawa and MB Kastan
99
SingleNucleotide Polymorphisms in the p53 Pathway SL Harris G Gil W Hu H Robins E Bond K Hirshfield Z Feng X Yu AK Teresky G Bond and ...
111
Transcriptional Regulation by p53 and p73 M Lokshin T Tanaka and C Prives
121
p53Dependent and Independent Functions of theArf Tumor Suppressor CJ Sherr D Bertwistle W den Besten ML Kuo M Sugimoto K Tago RT Willi...
129
Exploiting the DNA Repair Defect in BRCA Mutant Cells in theDesign of New Therapeutic Strategies for Cancer ANJ Tutt CJ Lord N McCabe H Far...
139
Identifying Sitespecific Metastasis Genes and Functions GP Gupta AJ Minn Y Kang PM Siegel I Serganova C CordónCardo AB Olshen WL Gerald ...
149
Roles in Cancer and Oxygen Sensing WG Kaelin Jr
159
The Src Substrate Tks5 Podosomes Invadopodiaand Cancer Cell Invasion SA Courtneidge EF Azucena Jr I Pass DF Seals and L Tesfay
167
Modeling Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Tumors in the Mouse forTherapeutic Intervention LF Parada CH Kwon and Y Zhu
173
Stem Cell SelfRenewal and Cancer Cell ProliferationAre Regulated by Common Networks That Balance theActivation of Protooncogenes and Tumor ...
177
Prostate Stem Cells and Prostate Cancer DA Lawson L Xin R Lukacs Q Xu D Cheng and ON Witte
187
Telomererelated Genome Instability in Cancer T de Lange
197
Telomerase and Cancer Stem Cells M Armanios and CW Greider
205
Regulation of Telomerase by Human Papillomaviruses DA Galloway LC Gewin H Myers W Luo C Grandori RA Katzenellenbogen and JK McDougall
209
Genomic Progression in Mouse Models for Liver Tumors AD Tward KD Jones S Yant MA Kay R Wang and JM Bishop
217
GenotypePhenotype Relationships in a Mouse Model forHuman SmallCell Lung Cancer J Calbó R Meuwissen E van Montfort O van Tellingen and ...
225
Genetic Analysis of the Role ofCyclindependent Kinases M Barbacid S Ortega R Sotillo J Odajima A Martín D Santamaría P Dubus and M Malumbres
233
Raising the Bar CFB Kim EL Jackson DG Kirsch J Grimm AT Shaw K Lane J Kissil KP Olive A SweetCordero R Weissleder and T Jacks
241
Generation and Analysis of Genetically Defined LiverCarcinomas Derived from Bipotential Liver Progenitors L Zender W Xue C CordónCardo GJ ...
251
Using the Dark Sideof the Force for Cancer Therapy GI Evan M Christophorou EA Lawlor I Ringshausen J Prescott T Dansen A Finch C Martins an...
263
Chromosomal Translocation Engineering to RecapitulatePrimary Events of Human Cancer A Forster R Pannell L Drynan F Cano N Chan R Codringt...
275
Deciphering Cancer Complexities in GeneticallyEngineered Mice K Simin R Hill Y Song Q Zhang R Bash RD Cardiff C Yin A Xiao K McCarthy an...
283
Warburg Addressed DC Wallace
363
Induction of Complete Regressions of OncogeneinducedBreast Tumors in Mice R Benezra E Henke A Ciarrocchi M Ruzinova D Solit N Rosen D No...
375
The Fibroblastic Coconspirator in Cancer Progression M Egeblad LE Littlepage and Z Werb
383
Is Oncogene Addiction Angiogenesisdependent? J Folkman and S Ryeom
389
Structural Basis for the Functions of EndogenousAngiogenesis Inhibitors MA Grant and R Kalluri
399
VEGF Trap as a Novel Antiangiogenic Treatment Currently inClinical Trials for Cancer and Eye Diseases and VelociGenebased Discovery of the Nex...
411
EGFR Mutationsand Response to EGFR Inhibitors DA Haber DW Bell R Sordella EL Kwak N GodinHeymann SV Sharma TJ Lynch and J Settleman
419
Implications for Control of Cancer SB Baylin and WY Chen
427
Dissecting Cancer Pathways and Vulnerabilities with RNAi TF Westbrook F Stegmeier and SJ Elledge
435
Emerging Approaches in Molecular Profiling AffectingOncology Drug Discovery SH Friend
445
Screens Using RNAi and cDNA Expression as Surrogates forGenetics in Mammalian Tissue Culture Cells J Pearlberg S Degot W Endege J Park J Da...
449
Cancer Targets in the Ras Pathway P RodriguezViciana O Tetsu K Oda J Okada K Rauen and F McCormick
461
Subversion of the Bcl2 LifeDeath Switch in CancerDevelopment and Therapy JM Adams DCS Huang A Strasser S Willis L Chen A Wei M Van Delf...
469
Making Progress through Molecular Attacks on Cancer CL Sawyers
479
Predicting Clinical Benefit in NonSmallCellLung Cancer Patients Treated with EpidermalGrowth Factor Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors LC Amler AD Go...
483
Exploiting the p53 Pathway for the Diagnosisand Therapy of Human Cancer DP Lane
489
Progress and Challenges inDeveloping Personalized Molecular Cancer Therapeutics P Workman
499
Modeling of Protein Signaling Networks in Clinical Proteomics DH Geho EF Petricoin LA Liotta and RP Araujo
517
The Beginning of the End of Frustration Summary T Jacks
525
Author Index
529
Subject Index
531
Back Cover
539

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DAVID STEWART is Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College.

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