This latest volume of the biannual serial continues rapid, current coverage of all aspects of the molecular basis of human cancer, functions of oncogenes, and research strategies for cancer drug development and treatment. Topics reviewed in Volume 62 include chromosomes and cancer; pathways in Ras function; APC gene in human cancer; molecular cytogenetics of renal cell tumors; reverse transformation, genome exposure, and cancer; peptide-binding heat shock proteins in endoplasmic reticulum; new developments in the Epstein-Barr virus field; direct cellular communication and humoral immune response.
Basic and clinical researchers and students in cancer biology and cell and molecular biology.
P.C. Nowell, Foundations in Cancer Research: Chromosomes and Cancer: The Evolution of an Idea.
G.C. Prendergast and J.B. Gibbs, Pathways in Ras Function.
Y. Nakamura, The Role of the APC (Adenomatous PolyposisColi) Gene in Human Cancers.
G. Kovacs, Molecular Cytogenetics of Renal Cell Tumors.
T.T. Puck and A. Krystosek, Reverse Transformation, Genome Exposure and Cancer.
P.K. Srivastava, Peptide-Binding Heat Shock Proteins in the EndoplasmicReticulum: Role in Immune Response to Cancer and in Antigen Presentation.
G. Pallesen, S.J. Hamilton-Dutoit, and X. Zhou, The Association of Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) with T Cell Lymphoproliferations and Hodgkin's Disease: Two New Developments in the EBV Field.
E.C. Snow and R.J. Noelle, The Role of Direct Cellular Communication during the Development of a Humoral Immune Response. Subject Index.
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- 2nd December 1993
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