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Selected abstracts on mechanisms of metastasis

Miles P. Hacker

Selected abstracts on mechanisms of metastasis

by Miles P. Hacker

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Bethesda, Md, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metastasis -- Abstracts.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMechanisms of metastasis.
    StatementM.P. Hacker, consulting reviewer.
    GenreAbstracts.
    SeriesOncology overview
    ContributionsInternational Cancer Research Data Bank.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 117 p. ;
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17556765M

      In the first approach, metastatic cells are selected in vivo, such that tumor cells are implanted at a primary site or injected i.v., metastases allowed to grow, individual lesions collected and expanded in vitro, and these cells used to repeat the process. Metastases are the principal cause of death in patients with cancer. Recent advances bring hope that it will be possible to identify the molecules and processes involved in metastasis, and this new Cited by:

    Abstract: This review starts on one of our special interests, the organ preference of metastasis. We examined data on 1, autopsy cases and found that the organ distribution of metastasis of cancers of the lung, pancreas, stomach, colon, rectum, uterine cervix, liver, bile duct, and esophagus involved the lung, liver, adrenal gland, bone/bone marrow, lymph node, and pleura/ by: 4. nodules to form metastasis-derived lines fol­ lowed by re-examination of their metastatic capacity demonstrated that these selected lines consistently were more metastatic than the starting population both in the i.v. ex perimental metastasis assay and in the more stringent spontaneous metastasis assay from a s.c. site [16].

      Abstract. Metastatic disease is the culmination of cancer and its most common life-threatening manifestation. The highly complex process by which cancer cells disseminate to and successfully colonize organs distant from the primary tumor has been divided into stages, collectively termed the metastatic by: Introduction to Cancer Metastasis provides, in one place, an overview of organ-specific cancer metastasis and the most common sites of cancer metastasis. Through specific chapters on individual primary cancers, their metastasis, and chapters on common metastatic sites, this volume comprehensively informs readers about the broader knowledge base in cancer metastasis.


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Get this from a library. Selected abstracts on mechanisms of metastasis. [Miles P Hacker; International Cancer Research Data Bank.; Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Center for Virology, Immunology, and Biology.;].

A parallel process—lymphangiogenesis—has been invoked as a potential facilitator of lymphatic metastasis, 49, 50 although functional lymphatic vessels within human tumours are rare and co-option of existing lymphatic vessels could also occur.

51 The major lymphangiogenic cytokines (VEGF-C and VEGF-D) and lymphangiogenesis have been linked to poor prognosis in some cancers, and more specifically Selected abstracts on mechanisms of metastasis book lymph node metastasis.

Experimental manipulation Cited by: Fortunately, metastasis is a rare event for nonmelanoma skin cancers (NMSC). Basal cell carcinomas (BCC) comprise the vast majority of NMSC (60–80%) and have a metastasis rate of only %. For squamous cell carcinomas (SCC), the rate of metastasis is Cited by:   Metastasis is an enormously complex process that remains to be a major problem in the management of cancer.

The fact that cancer patients might develop metastasis after years or even decades from diagnosis of the primary tumor makes the metastatic process even more complex. Over the years many hypotheses were developed to try to explain the inefficiency of the metastatic Cited by: Abstract evaluation.

5 proffered papers will be selected from submitted abstracts for oral presentation. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Programme Committee and successful participants will be notified of their poster or oral presentation within one month of the application deadline.

This book provide with guideline information about experimental modelling and analysis of the metastatic process. The structure of the book reflects clinical aspects: pathway and area of the metastatic dissemination. Thus, first part of book is devoted to local, mainly via lymph system, spread of head and neck, breast and pancreatic cancers.

Breast cancer metastasis - insight into selected molecular mechanisms of the phenomenon. Kozłowski J(1), Kozłowska A(2), Kocki J(3). Author information: (1)Department of Clinical Genetics, Medical University of Lublin; Department of Oncological Surgery, Cited by: Metastasis occurs when genetically unstable cancer cells adapt to a tissue microenviron-ment that is distant from the primary tumor.

This process involves both the selection of traits that are advantageous to cancer cells and the concomitant recruitment of traits in the tumor stroma that accommodate invasion by metastatic cells. The classical view on the metastatic cascade, starting from a primary, epithelial, neoplastic lesion includes: 1.

EMT and breach of the basement membrane barrier; 2. dissociation of tumor cells from the bulk tumor; 3. invasion of the neighboring tissue; 4. intravasation into pre-existing and newly formed blood and lymph vessels; 5.

transport through vessels; 6. extravasation from vessels; 7. Molecular Mechanisms of Metastasis. May ; Journal of Surgical Oncology (6) Show abstract Tumor metastasis were selected via bioinformatic prediction using Ensembl and miRanda.

Metastasis formation is an essential aspect of cancer, for which the molecular underpinning has long been subject to debate. Although the organ preference for dissemination is governed by tumor–host interactions on the epigenetic level there is a genetic basis to the ability of cancer cells to by: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, () Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press BBA MECHANISMS OF METASTASIS E.

ROOS a and K.P. DINGEMANS b a Division of Cell Biology, Antoni van Leeuwenhoekhuis, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, PlesmanlaanCX Amsterdam and b Pathological Anatomical Laboratory, Wilhelmina Gas'thuis, University of A msterdam, l e Cited by: Clinical & Experimental Metastasis is an international, multidisciplinary journal devoted to the rapid publication of fundamental advances in basic and applied metastasis research.

The coverage encompasses all aspects of metastasis research, whether laboratory-based, experimental or. I.J. Fidler, Selection of successive tumor lines for metastasis Nature () G.L. Nicolson, K.W. Brunson, L.J. Fidler, Specificity of arrest, survival and growth of selected metastatic variant cell lines Cancer Res () Cited by: 7.

Metastasis, a process in which tumor cells move or spread from primary tumor site to another organ or other parts of body. > The current paradigm defines metastasis as a process driving the selection of cells with advantageous traits that allow th.

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It desseminates metastatic cells (with subsequent removal of the primary tumor) Molecular mechanisms of metastasis Major changes: cell adhesion, cell shape changes, and secretion of MMPs.

1. ACHARIYA ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE (AFFILATED TO PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY) DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR BIOTECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Topic: Molecular Mechanism Of Cancer Metastasis Presentation by Gopi Krishna Giri 2. Overview What is metastasis.

Molecular mechanisms of metastasis Signalling pathways involved in metastasis 2 3. Abstract. Neoplastic transformation leading to metastasis is a fairly complex event, and its steps are being discovered with extensive scientific research.

This review summarizes the features of neoplasms in comparison with cells at : Sulen Sarioglu. Selected abstracts on mechanisms of resistance to methotrexate and other folate antagonists (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph R Bertino; International Cancer Research Data Bank.; Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Center for Virology, Immunology, and Biology.

Hematogenous spread is most frequently seen in tumors with a venous drainage directly into the lung, including malignancies of the head and neck, thyroid, adrenals, kidneys, testes, melanoma, and osteosarcoma. CT is particularly superior to plain chest radiography in detecting small peripheral or subpleural metastases, as well as the size and predominant distribution of pulmonary.

Metastasis is a complex, multistep biological process, involving a multitude of genes and biomolecules. Despite the successful therapeutic management of breast cancer, including surgery.Abstract. A major topic covered at the First International Symposium on Cancer Metastasis and the Lymphovascular System was the molecular mechanisms of metastasis.

This has become of major interest in recent years as we have discovered new metastasis-related genes and gained understanding of the molecular events of lymphatic by: For metastasis to occur, tumor cells must first detach from their tissue of origin.

This requires altering both the tissue of origin and the cancer cell. Once detached, cancer cells in circulation must also acquire survival by: