Special Issue "Myc Function and Regulation"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2019
Although more than 25 years have passed since the discovery of Myc, and over 34,000 publications have been written, what do we know about the function of this fundamental gene? This Special Issue will try to provide an overview of the work of many scientists who have helped to understand the physiological function of Myc, from its role in the control of animal development and organ growth, to its ability to rewire and control cellular metabolic pathways to drive the growth of tumors.
Dr. Paola Bellosta
Dr. Yari Ciribilli
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- organ growth
- cell competition
- ribosome biogenesis
- stem cell/regeneration
- chromatin modification
- cancer metabolism
- leukemia and others tumors