oncogenesis


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oncogenesis

[¦äŋ·kō′jen·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Processes of tumor formation.
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Metabolic reprogramming: a hallmark of viral oncogenesis.
sup][5],[24],[25] We used STRING to survey the PPI network of CDCA7L-regulated oncogenesis.
miR-21 affects numerous genes critical to oncogenesis, including genes promoting sustained proliferation, angiogenesis, evasion from apoptosis, genetic instability, oxidative stress, and invasion and metastasis, as detailed recently [J Transl Med.
This scavenger action is supposed to provide an evolutionary advantage to primates that lost their uricase activity via mutation and acquired a crucial defense against oncogenesis by free radicals [3].
As much as evolution may have allowed for cell death and oncogenesis, it has taken checks and balances to ensure longevity and survival.
This result indicated that decreased miR-34a expression may be related to the oncogenesis of gastric cancer.
The Wistar rats represent the best experimental model for the study oncogenesis and carcinogenesis pathways in different tumour types (16).
Umbel most recently served as president and chief operating officer of OncoGenesis.
Researchers from Oregon State University and the Texas A&M Health Science Center report in the journal Oncogenesis a potential benefit for sulforaphane in treating metastatic prostate cancer.
v Cholangiocarcinoma: risk factors, environmental influences and oncogenesis.
These receptor tyrosine kinases are involved in both normal cellular function and in pathologic processes such as oncogenesis, metastasis, tumour angiogenesis, and maintenance of the tumour microenvironment.
Este mecanismo de silenciamiento es un potente regulador de la expresion genica y de procesos como la inflamacion y la oncogenesis.