Springer - Intercellular Communication In Cancer (2015 EN)

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    Author: Mustapha Kandouz (Editor)
    Full Title: Intercellular Communication In Cancer
    Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015 edition (August 23, 2016)
    Year: 2015
    ISBN-13: 9789401773805 (978-94-017-7380-5), 9789401773799 (978-94-017-7379-9), 9789402404241 (978-94-024-0424-1)
    ISBN-10: 9401773807, 9401773793, 9402404244
    Pages: 366
    Language: English
    Genre: Biomedical Sciences: Cancer Research
    File type: PDF (True)
    Quality: 10/10
    Price: 169.99 €

    Cells are by nature compelled to live in groups. They develop dependence over signaling cues received from their microenvironment, in particular from other cells, whether of their own “kind” or of a different type. Therefore, communicating with these cells is a critical aspect of their behavior and fate, as they live and die normally or as they undergo disease-related pathological changes, with dramatic repercussions.

    In this book, we have asked expert researchers in the field of Intercellular Communication in Cancer to provide chapters on different aspects of interaction between neighboring cells, in the context of cancer diseases. We have specifically focused our efforts on membrane-to-membrane contact-based rather than growth factors-mediated modes of intercellular communications.

    The contributing authors provide an extensive overview of their respective area of specialization, with an in-depth discussion of the molecular mechanisms of cell-cell interactions, the impact on tumor progression and response to therapies, as well as the cancer diagnostic value of this scientific information.

    This book aims to introduce essential aspects of the normal and pathological cellular fate and homeostasis to both scientists and clinicians, and also to provide established researchers with an update on the novelties and future directions this expanding field is witnessing.

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