Titel: Endocrine Oncology
Herausgegeben von Stephen P. Ethier
18. Juni 2000 - gebunden - 412 Seiten
Stephen P. Ethier and a panel of leading investigators comprehensively analyze the cellular, molecular, and endocrine factors in the development of cancers of the breast, prostate, endometrium, and ovary. Concentrating on defining the most important unresolved issues in the field, the authors review how steroid hormones function to regulate normal mammary gland homeostasis in humans, with particular emphasis on the roles of estrogen, progesterone, and growth factors. Comprehensive and up-to-date, Endocrine Oncology offers both basic and clinical researchers not only the latest molecular and cellular findings on endocrine cancers, but also a powerful critical analysis that will prove invaluable to all endocrinologists and oncologists working in the area today.
Estrogen Receptor in Mammary Gland Physiology, Elizabeth Anderson, Robert B. Clarke, and Anthony Howell. Multiple Facets of Estrogen Recptor in Human Breast Cancer, Leigh C. Murphy, Etienne Leygue, Helmut Dotzlaw, Amanda Coutts, Biao Lu, Aihua Huang, and Peter H. Watson. Progesterone Receptors in Normal and Neoplastic Breast, Rosemary L. Balleine, Patricia A. Mote, Sybille M. N. Hunt, Eileen M. McGowan, and Christine L. Clarke. Pathogenesis of Estrogen Receptor-Positive and -Negative Breast Cancer, Powel Brown, Suzanne Fuqua, and Craig Allred. Regulation of EGFR and ERBB2 Expression by Estrogen Receptor in Breast Cancer, Helen C. Hurst. Tamoxifen and Other Antiestrogens in Prevention and Therapy of Breast Cancer, Kathy Yao and V. Craig Jordan. Prolactin in Human Breast Cancer Development, Barbara K. Vonderhaar. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin in Breast Cancer Prevention, Jose Russo and I. H. Russo. Epidermal Growth Factor-Related Peptides in Endocrine Neoplasias, David S. Salomon, Caterina Bianco, Marta De Santis, Isabel Martinez-Lacaci, Christian Wechselberger, and Andreas D. Ebert. Insulin-Like Growth Factors and Endocrine Neoplasia, Douglas Yee and Adrian V. Lee. Insulin-Like Growth Factor Binding Proteins in Endocrine-Related Neoplasia, Giuseppe Minniti and Youngman Oh. Fibroblast Growth Factors and Their Receptors in Breast and Prostated Cancer, R. C. Coombes, S. Marsh, J. Gomm, and C. Johnston. Steroid Receptors in Prostate Cancer Development and Progression, Marco Marcelli, Nancy L. Weigel, and Dolores H. Lamb. Type I Family Growth Factor Receptors and Their Ligands in Prostate Cancer, K. E. Leverton and W. J. Gullick. Hormonal Manipulation of Prostate Cancer, Jeffrey M. Kamradt and Kenneth J. Pienta. Endocrinology of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer, Vicki V. Baker. Molecular Pathogenesis of Endometrial Cancer: The Role of Tamoxifen, Yukio Sonoda and Richard R. Barakat. Structure and Function of BRCA Genes, Kenneth L. van Golen and Sofia D. Merajver. Role of Apoptosisand Its Modulation by Bcl-2 Family Members in Breast and Prostate Cancer, Venil N. Sumantran, David R. Beidler, and Max S. Wicha. Transcriptional Coactivators in Cancer, Paul S. Meltzer. Index.
"...the reader will find plenty of information on epidermal growth factor-related peptides in endocrine neoplasia...All the contributions are of excellent scientific quality and the authors are recognized experts in their fields....The chapter on tamoxifen and other antiestrogens in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer is one of the more clinically oriented, and is very clearly written and practical....This book will be useful as a reference book, mainly to those who have a strong research interest in the field of breast and/or prostate cancer and those who need an update on molecular advances in a particular field of endocrine oncology." - Annals of Oncology
"...this a timely book, written by an international team....A well illustrated, well written, and informative volume." - Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism
"...presents an integrated overview and state-of-the-art of the most clinical developments concerning breast and prostate cancer. It may be therefore become an invaluable resource for clinicians to update their knowledge about breast and prostate cancer, but also for basic scientists who want to extend their knowledge about the clinical aspect of these cancer diseases." -Cell Biology International