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Biological and biochemical evaluation of malignancy in experimental lepatomas

U.S.-Japan Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas (1965 Kyoto)

Biological and biochemical evaluation of malignancy in experimental lepatomas

[proceedings of the U.S.- Japan Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas, Kyoto, November 4-5, 1965

by U.S.-Japan Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas (1965 Kyoto)

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Published by Japanese Cancer Association in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementheld under the auspices of the United States - Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation.
SeriesGANN monograph -- 1
The Physical Object
Pagination210p. :
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14364404M

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Biological and biochemical evaluation of malignancy in experimental lepatomas by U.S.-Japan Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas (1965 Kyoto) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas ( Kyoto). Biological and biochemical evaluation of malignancy in experimental hepatomas.

Tokyo, Japanese Cancer Association, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors 1. Author(s): U. S.-Japan Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas, Koto,; Nippon Gan Gakkai.

Title(s): Biological and biochemical evaluation of malignancy in experimental hepatomas. Country of Publication: Japan Publisher: Tokyo: Japanese Cancer Assn.,   Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas.

GANN Monograph 1. Sidney Weinhouse. Cancer Res November 1 27 (11 Part 1) ; Book Reviews. Cancer Research Online ISSN: Cancer Research Print ISSN: This chapter discusses tumor metabolism and the energy sources for tumor growth. A theory by Wallach presents that the problem in tumors may be a defect in membranes and that what is seen in mitochondria may be one of the reflections of a defect in the synthesis of some common membrane protein and such a defect would be reflected in the plasma :// Title Sources Ascites tumors, Bi to kyōyō: Kokoro no taiwa Biological and biochemical evaluation of malignancy in experimental hepatomas: [proceedings] Byōrigaku kakuron.

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Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas, Genii Monograph 1, :// Kligman A: Perspectives and problems in cutaneous gerontology.

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Sell S, Leffert HL. Analysis of liver from rats exposed to chemical hepatocarcinogens has led to a model that postulates sequential premalignant changes, culminating in hepatoma formation from neoplastic :// Cell differentation, aging and cancer: The possible roles of superoxide and superoxide dismutases.

Author links open overlay panel Larry W. Oberley (1) Ono T. Enzyme patterns and malignancy of experimental hepatomas. p in Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas.

Gann monograph, An Evaluation of Cellular Lineages in the Pathogenesis of Experimental Hepatocellular Carcinoma the extensive biochemical and biological studies of presumed “premalignant” cells may have utilized the wrong cells. Unequivocal identification of the cell population at risk for malignancy is needed to delineate mechanisms by which chemicals Activities of free radical metabolizing enzymes in tumors Article (PDF Available) in British Journal of Cancer 47(6) July with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads' In: Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas.

Gann Monograph Nr. 1, pp. 99 to Edited and published by The Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research, Tokyo, Google Scholar An Evaluation of Cellular Lineages in the Pathogenesis of Experimental Hepatocellular Therefore, the extensive biochemical and biological studies of presumed “premalignant” cells may have utilized the wrong cells.

might influence hepatocyte conversion to malignancy, or may evolve into hepatomas directly. PROMOTION Meta-analysis of enzyme mRNA expression in human tumors. To systematically investigate expression of metabolic pathways across multiple tumor types, we first searched the GeneChip Oncology Database (GCOD) 10 for studies containing primary tumor tissue samples and suitable normal tissue controls.

We found 51 independent datasets satisfying this criterion, covering a total of 1, tumors of 19 The in vitro activity of Δ9- and Δ6-desaturases was determined in the microsomal fraction of C3H/S normal mouse liver, SS1K fast growing hepatoma, and SS1H slow growing hepatoma. These tumors are two different sublines of a spontaneous hepatoma transplanted in by J.W.

Wilson, Brown University, Providence, R.I., into C3H/ST W: :// Odashima S, Morris HP () In: Yoshida T (ed) Gann Monograph I, Proceedings of the U.S-Japan Joint Conference on Biological and Biochemical Evaluation of Malignancy in Experimental Hepatomas.

Kyoto, Nov. 4–5, pp. 55–64 and 7 plates Google Scholar Biempica, L.: Cytochemical and electron microscopic examination of Morris and Reuber H hepatomas after several years of transplantation.

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The stability of the expression of six differentiated functions was examined during long-term cultivation of rat hepatoma cells. Faza cell line—a clonal descendant of the Reuber H35 hepatoma—is characterized by the activity of tyrosine aminotransferase (TAT) and gluconeogenetic enzymes; secretion of serum albumin; and the presence of liver isozymes of alcohol dehydrogenase Identification of the cells in the liver that produce alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) during development, in response to liver injury, and during the early stages of chemical hepatocarcinogenesis led to the conclusion that maturation arrest of liver-determined tissue stem cells was the cellular process that gives rise to hepatocellular carcinomas (HCC).The in vitro activity of Δ9- and Δ6-desaturases was determined in the microsomal fraction of C3H/S normal mouse liver, SS1K fast growing hepatoma, and SS1H slow growing hepatoma.

These tumors are two different sublines of a spontaneous hepatoma transplanted in by J.W. Wilson, Brown University, Providence, R.I., into C3H/ST W: strain.

The activity of the two enzymes showed a parallel