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eBook Hormonal Manipulation of Cancer: Peptides, Growth Factors, and New (Anti Steroidal Agents) ePub

eBook Hormonal Manipulation of Cancer: Peptides, Growth Factors, and New (Anti Steroidal Agents) ePub

by Jam G. M. Klijn,Robert Paridaens,John A. Foekens

  • ISBN: 0881673013
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jam G. M. Klijn,Robert Paridaens,John A. Foekens
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Raven Pr (April 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 535
  • ePub book: 1130 kb
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In: Klijn JGM, Paridaens R, Foekens JA (eds) Hormonal manipulation of cancer: peptides, growth factors, and new (anti) steroidal agents

In: Klijn JGM, Paridaens R, Foekens JA (eds) Hormonal manipulation of cancer: peptides, growth factors, and new (anti) steroidal agents. Harvey HA, Lipton A, Santen RJ, Escher GC, Hardy MA, Glode LM, Sealoff A, Landau RL, Schneir H, Max DT (1981) Phase II study of a ng hormone analogue (Leuprolide) in postmenopausal advanced breast cancer patients. Proc Am Ass Cancer Res Am Soc Clin Oncol (Abstract C-436) 22: 444Google Scholar.

Raven Press, New York, Vol. 18. 1987. Antitumor activity and mechanism of action of different antiprogestins in experimental breast cancer models. M. chneider, H. Michna, Y. Nishino, M. lEtreby.

2ND INTERNATIONAL SYMP ON HORMONAL MANIPULATION OF CANCER : PEPTIDES, GROWTH FACTORS AND NEW ( ANTI- ) STEROIDAL AGENTS -, Netherlands Duration: 9-Apr-1990 → 11-Apr-1990. 2ND international symp on hormonal manipulation of cancer : peptides, growth factors and new ( anti- ) steroidal agents. 09/04/1990 → 11/04/1990.

Hormonal Manipulation of Cancer: Peptides, Growth Factors, and New (Anti) Steroidal Agents. Breast Cancer: Diagnosis and Management. Bonadonna G: John Wiley and Sons Ltd; New York, NY: pp. 1–17. Klijn JGM: Raven Press; New York, NY: pp. 381–403. 2. Clark GM and McGuire WL: Steroid receptors and other prognostic factors in primary breast cancer.

Different growth factors are supposed to be involved in evolution of breast cancer. The epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor mediates the induction of a transformed phenotype in normal rat kidney (NRK) cells by transforming growth factors (TGFs)

Different growth factors are supposed to be involved in evolution of breast cancer. Radiation therapy is used in treatment of breast cancer patients, and the possible relationships between the influence of growth factors on cells and their radiation sensitivity are therefore of interest. The epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor mediates the induction of a transformed phenotype in normal rat kidney (NRK) cells by transforming growth factors (TGFs). The ability of EGF and its analogue TGF-alpha to induce the transformed phenotype in NRK cells is greatly potentiated by TGF-beta, a polypeptide that does not interact directly with binding sites for EGF or TGF-alpha.

Human Growth Hormone is perhaps one of the newest compounds used by athletes and bodybuilders looking to obtain .

Human Growth Hormone is perhaps one of the newest compounds used by athletes and bodybuilders looking to obtain a larger edge in the area of physique and performance enhancement. It must first be made clear that Human Growth Hormone is not an anabolic steroid. Human Growth Hormone is what is known as a protein hormone (or a peptide hormone) that is naturally and endogenously produced by the human body and secreted at the pituitary gland.