Special Issue "Molecular Research of Carcinogenesis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 July 2013)
Carcinogenesis is a multiparametric process that involves diverse factors such as genetic, environmental or ageing. If data about genetic (proto-oncogenes, tumor suppressors, metastasis suppressors) are quite well-documented, the challenge is now to establish the impact of the environment (chemical, physical, viral) on tumoral progression. Some xenobiotics have deleterious effects on normal cells and then, can initiate cancer transformation and or promote cancer progression. Mutagens, by targeting DNA, have a direct effect on cellular carcinogenesis but many compounds have pleitropic effects, acting on proliferation, apoptosis, cell motility, oxidative stress, energetic metabolism... This special issue will tackle to complex problematic of molecular carcinogenesis and will gather works dealing with the mechanisms involved in chemical, physical and viral carcinogenesis but also ageing-related carcinogenesis and the role of tumour-associated genes.
Dr. Laurence Huc
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- tumor suppressor genes
- oxidative stress
- energetic metabolism