Special Issue "Role of Oxidatively-Induced DNA Damage in Carcinogenesis"
A special issue of Cancers (ISSN 2072-6694).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 April 2014).
Interests: radiation biology; cancer biology; DNA damage and repair; oxidative stress; carcinogenesis; bioinformatics; systems biology
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Cancers: Advances in the biological responses to radiation-induced DNA damage: A selection of papers from the Joint 43rd European Radiation Research Society (ERRS) and 20th German Society for Biological Radiation Research (GBS) Annual Meetings
Special Issue in Cancers: Radiation-Induced Carcinogenesis
Special Issue in Antioxidants: Oxidative Stress, DNA Damage and Biological Clinical Effects
Topical Collection in Cancers: Incorporating DNA Damage Response (DDR) Mechanisms in Cancer Systems
Special Issue in Radiation: Role of DNA Damage and Repair in Detrimental Effects of Ionizing Radiation
Oxidative stress and all related effects in the cell like protein and DNA damage, mutagenesis, inactivation of DNA damage response pathways, epigenetic changes and further more importantly genomic instability and malignant transformation have gained through the years an increased attention. It is of great necessity to clarify and underline the significance and ‘real’ relevance of oxidatively-induced DNA damage in the initiation of carcinogenesis.
We would like to invite manuscripts that aim to elucidate the role(s) of oxidative stress related DNA damage of all forms in carcinogenesis and for various types of cancers like breast, brain, lung, prostate etc. We are particularly interested in manuscripts deciphering the mechanisms and pathways that oxidative DNA damage can lead to mutation and inactivation of DNA repair and apoptotic genes and epigenetic changes and new therapy tools. We are also welcome manuscripts focusing on the synergistic effects between inflammation, oxidative stress and tumorigenesis in humans and to potential anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory pathways that reduce cancer risk. By devoting a special issue just on oxidative stress-related carcinogenesis, we hope to join forces and enhance the knowledge in the specific field and above all promote the new era of therapeutic discoveries targeting cancer through the diminution of oxidative stress and inflammation.
Dr. Alexandros Georgakilas
Manuscript Submission Information
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- oxidative stress
- DNA damage
- DNA repair inactivation
- DNA damage response
- genomic instability
- antioxidant therapies