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Application of Apoptosis to Cancer Treatment

  • Mels Sluyser

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. Natalia Prevarskaya, Roman Skryma, Yaroslav Shuba
    Pages 29-49
  3. Bengt Fadeel
    Pages 51-84
  4. Andrew C. Phillips
    Pages 117-144
  5. Supama Mazumder, Dragos Plesca, Alexandru Almasan
    Pages 145-177
  6. Andrew Thorburn
    Pages 179-187
  7. Dharminder Chauhan, Kenneth Anderson
    Pages 189-208
  8. Verena M. Dirsch, Angelika M. Vollmar
    Pages 209-221
  9. Caroline Düringer, Oskar Hallgren, Lotta Gustafsson, Jenny Petterson, Ann-Kristin Mossberg, Taras Manilov et al.
    Pages 223-245
  10. Thomas S. Griffith, Troy J. Kemp, Aaron T. Ludwig, Jill M. Moore, Rebecca L. VanOosten
    Pages 247-270
  11. Jiri Neuzill, Ladislav Andera, Brian Gabrielli
    Pages 271-291
  12. Oliver Faulhaber, Robert G Bristow
    Pages 293-320
  13. Juhana Hakumäki
    Pages 321-339
  14. Wei Hu, John J. Kavanagh
    Pages 341-364
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 365-370

About this book

Introduction

Novel drugs are being developed which interact with the programmed cell death (apoptotic) machinery in cancer cells, thereby causing these cells to commit suicide and to be removed from the body. Research is also directed to investigate why the cancer cells sometimes lose the ability to undergo apoptosis after a certain period of time and methods are being developed to reactivate this cell death process. This book is intended for workers in the field and clinicians as a useful guide of the state of affairs in this exciting field which may offer more effective possibilities for treatment of cancer patients.

Mels Sluyser is the Editor of the journals APOPTOSIS and ANTI-CANCER DRUGS. He brings together a collection of papers written by the world’s leading experts in these fields.

Keywords

Endoplasmatisches Reticulum Vivo apoptosis cancer cancer treatment cell cell death clinical trial drugs imaging immunotherapy oncogenes programmed cell death research resistance

Authors and affiliations

  • Mels Sluyser
    • 1
  1. 1.The Netherlands Cancer InstituteAmsterdamThe Netherlands

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