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The Pathobiology of Neoplasia

  • Alphonse E. Sirica

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Alphonse E. Sirica
    Pages 25-38
  3. Frederick A. Beland, Miriam C. Poirier
    Pages 57-80
  4. Mario R. Escobar
    Pages 81-109
  5. R. Timothy Mulcahy
    Pages 111-129
  6. Carl Peraino, Carol A. Jones
    Pages 131-148
  7. Bhalchandra A. Diwan, Jerry M. Rice
    Pages 149-171
  8. Steven L. Dresler
    Pages 173-197
  9. Alphonse E. Sirica
    Pages 199-215
  10. Frederick Hecht, Barbara K. Hecht, Avery A. Sandberg
    Pages 231-246
  11. Eric H. Westin
    Pages 275-290
  12. Marshall W. Anderson, Steven H. Reynolds
    Pages 291-304
  13. Charles E. Wenner, Anthony Cutry
    Pages 305-322
  14. D. James Morré
    Pages 323-344
  15. George K. Michalopoulos
    Pages 345-370
  16. Snorri S. Thorgeirsson, Peter J. Wirth
    Pages 385-397
  17. Alphonse E. Sirica
    Pages 419-434
  18. Robert G. McKinnell
    Pages 435-460
  19. David P. Rose
    Pages 461-475
  20. Dante G. Scarpelli, Janardan K. Reddy, Sambasiva M. Rao
    Pages 477-495
  21. Joseph V. Formica
    Pages 497-512
  22. Patricia A. D’Amore, Michael Klagsbrun
    Pages 513-531
  23. Lance A. Liotta, Mary L. Stracke, Ulla M. Wewer, Elliott Schiffmann
    Pages 533-546
  24. James E. Talmadge, I. J. Fidler
    Pages 547-572
  25. Back Matter
    Pages 573-583

About this book

Introduction

This book is directed primarily to advanced graduate and medical students, postdoctoral trainees, and established investigators having basic research interests in neoplasia. Its content is based in part on the lecture outlines and selected histopathology laboratory components of an advanced course entitled The Pathobiology of Experimental Animal and Human Neoplasia, developed by me for the Experimental Pathology Curriculum of the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Virginia. In this regard, an effort has been made to integrate pathology with carcinogenesis, genetics, biochemistry, and cellular and molecular biology in order to present a comprehensive and current view of the neoplastic process. For focus, emphasis is mainly being placed on the neoplastic cells themselves, and not on associated host-mediated responses. It ishoped that this book will accomplish its purpose of providing students and researchers who already possess strong but diverse basic science backgrounds with unifying concepts in tumor pathobiology, so as to stimulate new research aimed at furthering our understanding of neoplastic disease. I wish to express my appreciation and heartfelt thanks to the authors, whose individual ranges of expertise and research experience clearly bring to their respective chapters unique perspectives that easily transcend any redundancy that may be present. In addition, I am grateful to Drs. George Vennart, Saul Kay, and Fred Meier, and to Ms. Connie Wilkerson of the Department of Pathology at MCV, for their helpful comments and their review of some of the material.

Keywords

carcinogenesis genetics histopathology molecular biology pathology tumor

Editors and affiliations

  • Alphonse E. Sirica
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Pathology, Medical of College of VirginiaVirginia Commonwealth UniversityRichmondUSA

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