Characterization of molecular events in the pathogenesis and development of breast cancer.

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Molecular pathogenesis takes into account the molecular alterations that occur in response to environmental insults and other contributing factors, to produce pathology.

By developing a deep understanding of molecular pathogenesis, we will uncover the pathways that contribute to disease, either through loss-of-function or through gain-of-function. Comprehensive genomic characterization of muscle-invasive bladder cancer by several research groups has yielded significant insights into the pathogenesis of the disease.

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Epithelial ovarian cancer is a highly heterogeneous disease characterized by multiple histological subtypes. Molecular diversity has been shown to occur within specific histological subtypes of epithelial ovarian cancer, between different tumors of an individual patient, as well as within individual tumors.

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Over the last 20 years, there have been major advances in the treatment and prevention of breast cancer (BC), including the development and widespread use of mammography to detect cancer at an early stage, and the use of adjuvant chemotherapy or hormonal therapy to treat these early cancers to improve by: The book starts off by describing the normal breast tissue and continues with information on the development of breast cancer, as well as laboratory models (such as transgenic mice) used to study it.

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Current projects in the lab are examining the molecular differences between aggressive and non-invasive endometrial cancers, gene methylation patterns in endometrial cancer, and the characterization of novel.

The Epstein Barr Virus is among the very first oncogenic viruses to be identified as culprits of human malignancies. Its role as an etiologic agent of breast cancer however remains debated despite mounting molecular evidence.

In this chapter we address the challenge of multiple molecular etiologies of breast cancer (BC) with emphasis on the Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) as a Author: Ghimja Fessahaye, Muntaser E.

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Ovarian cancer (OC) represents almost 4% of all cancer diagnoses among women worldwide. It is the eighth most common cause of death by cancer, resulting indeaths (% of all cancer deaths) [1, 2].Besides its low incidence, OC is associated with a high mortality rate attributable, in part, to the frequent diagnosis at an advanced : Joana Assis, Deolinda Pereira, Augusto Nogueira, Rui Medeiros.

Allelic losses on the short arm of chromosome 8 (8p) have been reported as frequent events in several cancers, including lung. However, no comprehensive mapping analysis of chromosome 8p in lung cancer tumors has been performed, and no data are available about the stage at which these abnormalities occur during the multistage development of lung by: Through the application of specific and sensitive molecular methodologies, the clinical laboratory of the future will be able to effectively screen populations at high risk for the development of cancer, potentially impacting the early detection and diagnosis of human by: 1.

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Metaplastic breast cancers (MBC) are aggressive, chemoresistant tumors characterized by lineage plasticity. To advance understanding of their pathogenesis and relatedness to other breast cancer subtypes, 28 MBCs were compared with common breast cancers using comparative genomic hybridization, transcriptional profiling, and reverse-phase protein arrays.

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Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is the fourth most common cause of cancer-related death and is the most lethal of common malignancies with a five-year survival rate of Cited by: The development of monoclonal antibodies for the targeted treatment of solid tumors is a major focus of efforts in the pharmaceutical arena as is evidenced by recent product approvals.

An understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying cancer pathogenesis is critical for the development and regulatory review of such therapies. Molecular Pathology of Lung Cancer - Ebook written by Philip T.

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Chirieac, Sanja Dacic, Alain C. Borczuk, Keith M. Kerr. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Molecular Pathology of Lung Cancer. Breast cancer is a highly heterogeneous disease.

Consequently, the classification of breast cancer is very complicated to understand [].With the advancement of the disease, the primary tumor within the breast (stage 1) frequently spreads to the tissues and lymph nodes nearby (stage 2–3) or the distant organs (distant metastasis, stage 4).

The recent development of genomic, epigenomic, and proteomic tools for tissue biomarker detection, including array CGH, RNA expression microarrays, and proteomic arrays have identified a number of potential biomarkers that both identify patients at increased risk, as well as provided insights into the pathology of early breast cancer development.

Breast and prostate cancers continue to be the most commonly diagnosed cancers among Americans. My laboratory focuses on the characterization and molecular targeting of key proteins involved in breast and prostate tumorigenesis, using both in. Cancer How can experimental models of tumor development for the major tissues (lung, colon, stomach, breast, liver, and leukemias) be developed to represent the major processes in radiation carcinogenesis and extrapolated to human risk and clinical outcome projections?I joined Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Hans-Guido Wendel, where I focused my interests on understanding and improving immune therapies.

As a kick off project in the lab, I characterized the effect of loss of immune receptor HVEM in lymphoma development and pathology.April –March Specific induction of lethal autophagy in triple-negative breast cancer cells National Cancer Institute, NIH Role: Principal Investigator $, January –August Development of a chimeric protein as a novel multivalent delivery vehicle for inducing protective immune responses to pathogens on mucosal surfaces.