By Hiroyuki Kuramoto, Mieko Hamano, Manami Imai, Takesi Fujisawa, Yuko Kamata (auth.), Hiroyuki Kuramoto M.D., Ph.D., Masato Nishida M.D., Ph.D. (eds.)
The fifteenth overseas Symposium of the Japan Human cellphone Society on mobile and Molecular Biology of Endometrial Carcinoma introduced jointly best researchers from Japan and world wide. The papers gathered listed here are the paintings of 22 leaders of their box and are equipped in ten significant different types. the 1st part, in vitro experimental platforms, takes up the pioneering paintings through Kuramoto in 1968 and Nishida in 1980 in developing, respectively, the HEC-1 and hormone-responsive endometrial carcinoma mobile strains. different issues comprise apoptosis, proliferation, and development components; telephone cycle regulators; signaling pathways; angiogenesis; carcinogenesis; hormones and hormone receptors; genes and gene expression; endometrial receptivity; and chemo-resistance and -sensitivity. proposing the most recent paintings within the cellphone and molecular biology of endometrial carcinoma, this quantity is a necessary source for gynecologists, pathologists, and molecular biologists.
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