The P53 Tumor Suppressor Pathway And Cancer (protein Reviews, Vol. 2).

The P53 Tumor Suppressor Pathway And Cancer (protein Reviews, Vol. 2)

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    • ISBN 10: 0387241353
    • ISBN 13: 9780387241357


    Ch. 1. The P53 Network / Arnold J. Levine, Jill Bargonetti, Gareth L. Bond, Josephine Hoh, Kenan Onel, Michael Overholtzer, Archontoula Stoffel, Angelica K. Teresky, Christine A. Walsh And Shengkan Jin -- Chapter 2. The Three-dimensional Structure Of P53 / Elena S. Stavridi, Yentram Huyen, Emily A. Sheston And Thanos D. Halazonetis -- Chapter 3. Transcriptional Activation By P53 : Mechanisms And Targeted Genes / Timothy Maclachlan And Wafik El-deiry -- Chapter 4. Transcriptional Repression By The P53 Tumor Suppressor Protein / Jack T. Zilfou And Maureen E. Murphy -- Chapter 5. Posttranslational Modifications Of P53 : Upstream Signaling Pathways / Carl W. Anderson And Ettore Appella -- Chapter 6. P53 In Human Cancer -- Somatic And Inherited Mutations And Mutation-independent Mechanisms / Ute M. Moll And Nicole Concin -- Chapter 7. Mdm2 And Mdmx Regulators Of P53 Activity / Jamil Momand, Paul Joseph Aspuria And Saori Furuta -- Chapter 8. P53 Family Members : P63 And P73 / Elsa R. Flores And Tyler Jacks -- Chapter 9. The Oncogenic Activity Of P53 Mutants / Alex Sigal And Varda Rotter -- Chapter 10. Therapeutic Strategies Based On Pharmacological Modulation Of P53 Pathway / Andrei V. Gudkov. Edited By Gerard P. Zambetti. Includes Bibliographical References And Index. Mode Of Access: World Wide Web.

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    • Publisher: Springer
    • Language: Eng English
    • Format: x, 246 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
    • Edition: 2005
    • Dimensions: unmediated
    • Pages: 246
    • Date Published: 2006
    • Authors: Gerard P. Zambetti