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Androgen Action in Prostate Cancer

 Taschenbuch
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ISBN-13:
9781441924049
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Seiten:
826
Autor:
Donald Tindall
Gewicht:
1195 g
Format:
23x15x mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book focuses on the androgen-regulated gene expression program. It examines how recently identified androgen-regulated genes are likely to contribute to the development and progression of prostate cancer.
The Role of Androgens in Development of the Normal Prostate and Progression of Prostate Cancer.- Androgen Action and Modulation of Prostate and Prostate Cancer Growth: An Historical Perspective.- Clinical Progression to Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Differential Roles of Androgen Receptor in Prostate Development and Cancer Progression.- Imaging Androgen Receptor Function In Vivo.- Androgen Metabolism.- Increased Expression of Genes Converting Adrenal Androgens to Testosterone in Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Androgen-Metabolic Genes in Prostate Cancer Predisposition and Progression.- Effect of Steroid 5?-Reductase Inhibitors on Markers of Tumor Regression and Proliferation in Prostate Cancer.- 5?-Reductase Isozymes in Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Improving Intermittent Androgen-Deprivation Therapy: OFF Cycle and the Role of Steroid 5?-Reductase Inhibitors.- Androgen Receptor Structure/Function Relationships.- Insights from AR Gene Mutations.- Functional Motifs of the Androgen Receptor.- The Role of the Androgen Receptor Polyglutamine Tract in Prostate Cancer: In Mice and Men.- The Androgen Receptor Coactivator-Binding Interface.- Co-Regulators of the Androgen Receptor.- Coregulators and the Regulation of Androgen Receptor Action in Prostate Cancer.- Androgen Receptor Coregulators and Their Role in Prostate Cancer.- Interaction of the Androgen Receptor Ligand-Binding Domain with the N-Terminal Domain and with Coactivators.- Multitasking and Interplay Between the Androgen Receptor Domains.- Chromatin Remodeling and Androgen Receptor-Mediated Transcription.- Ligand-Independent Activation of the Androgen Receptor.- Ligand-Independent Androgen Receptor Activity.- Role of IL-6 in Regulating the Androgen Receptor.- The Role of Cyclic AMP in Regulating the Androgen Receptor.- Role of the Androgen Receptor in Prostate Cancer during Castration.- Cellular and Molecular Signatures of Androgen Ablation of Prostate Cancer.- Tissue Levels of Androgens in Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Unique Effects of Wnt Signaling on Prostate Cancer Cells: Modulation of the Androgen Signaling Pathway by Interactions of the Androgen Receptor Gene and Protein with Key Components of the Canonical Wnt Signaling Pathway.- The Role of Foxa Proteins in the Regulation of Androgen Receptor Activity.- Androgen-Regulated Genes during Prostate Cancer Progression.- Androgen Receptor as a Licensing Factor for DNA Replication.- Androgen-Regulated Genes in the Prostate.- Mapping the Androgen Receptor Cistrome.- Differential Regulation of Clusterin Isoforms by the Androgen Receptor.- Androgen Regulation of Prostate Cancer Gene Fusions.- Androgens and the Lipogenic Switch in Prostate Cancer.- The Androgen Receptor as a Drugable Target.- Molecular Biology of Novel Targets Identified Through Study of Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Selenium and Androgen Receptor in Prostate Cancer.
Androgens are critical regulators of prostate differentiation and function, as well as prostate cancer growth and survival. Therefore, androgen ablation is the preferred systemic treatment for disseminated prostate cancer. Androgen action is exerted in target tissues via binding the androgen receptor (AR), a nuclear receptor transcription factor. Historically, the gene expression program mediated by the AR has been poorly understood. However, recent gene expression profiling and more traditional single-gene characterization studies have revealed many androgen-regulated genes that are important mediators of androgen action in both normal and malignant prostate tissue. This book will focus on the androgen-regulated gene expression program, and examine how recently identified androgen-regulated genes are likely to contribute to the development and progression of prostate cancer. Recent studies that have attempted to unravel how these genes are deregulated in androgen depletion independent prostate cancer will be included

This book focuses on the androgen-regulated gene expression program. It examines how recently identified androgen-regulated genes are likely to contribute to the development and progression of prostate cancer.
The Role of Androgens in Development of the Normal Prostate and Progression of Prostate Cancer.- Androgen Action and Modulation of Prostate and Prostate Cancer Growth: An Historical Perspective.- Clinical Progression to Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Differential Roles of Androgen Receptor in Prostate Development and Cancer Progression.- Imaging Androgen Receptor Function In Vivo.- Androgen Metabolism.- Increased Expression of Genes Converting Adrenal Androgens to Testosterone in Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Androgen-Metabolic Genes in Prostate Cancer Predisposition and Progression.- Effect of Steroid 5?-Reductase Inhibitors on Markers of Tumor Regression and Proliferation in Prostate Cancer.- 5?-Reductase Isozymes in Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Improving Intermittent Androgen-Deprivation Therapy: OFF Cycle and the Role of Steroid 5?-Reductase Inhibitors.- Androgen Receptor Structure/Function Relationships.- Insights from AR Gene Mutations.- Functional Motifs of the Androgen Receptor.- The Role of the Androgen Receptor Polyglutamine Tract in Prostate Cancer: In Mice and Men.- The Androgen Receptor Coactivator-Binding Interface.- Co-Regulators of the Androgen Receptor.- Coregulators and the Regulation of Androgen Receptor Action in Prostate Cancer.- Androgen Receptor Coregulators and Their Role in Prostate Cancer.- Interaction of the Androgen Receptor Ligand-Binding Domain with the N-Terminal Domain and with Coactivators.- Multitasking and Interplay Between the Androgen Receptor Domains.- Chromatin Remodeling and Androgen Receptor-Mediated Transcription.- Ligand-Independent Activation of the Androgen Receptor.- Ligand-Independent Androgen Receptor Activity.- Role of IL-6 in Regulating the Androgen Receptor.- The Role of Cyclic AMP in Regulating the Androgen Receptor.- Role of the Androgen Receptor in Prostate Cancer during Castration.- Cellular and Molecular Signatures of Androgen Ablation of Prostate Cancer.- Tissue Levels of Androgens in Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Unique Effects of Wnt Signaling on Prostate Cancer Cells: Modulation of the Androgen Signaling Pathway by Interactions of the Androgen Receptor Gene and Protein with Key Components of the Canonical Wnt Signaling Pathway.- The Role of Foxa Proteins in the Regulation of Androgen Receptor Activity.- Androgen-Regulated Genes during Prostate Cancer Progression.- Androgen Receptor as a Licensing Factor for DNA Replication.- Androgen-Regulated Genes in the Prostate.- Mapping the Androgen Receptor Cistrome.- Differential Regulation of Clusterin Isoforms by the Androgen Receptor.- Androgen Regulation of Prostate Cancer Gene Fusions.- Androgens and the Lipogenic Switch in Prostate Cancer.- The Androgen Receptor as a Drugable Target.- Molecular Biology of Novel Targets Identified Through Study of Castration-Recurrent Prostate Cancer.- Selenium and Androgen Receptor in Prostate Cancer.
Androgens are critical regulators of prostate differentiation and function, as well as prostate cancer growth and survival. Therefore, androgen ablation is the preferred systemic treatment for disseminated prostate cancer. Androgen action is exerted in target tissues via binding the androgen receptor (AR), a nuclear receptor transcription factor. Historically, the gene expression program mediated by the AR has been poorly understood. However, recent gene expression profiling and more traditional single-gene characterization studies have revealed many androgen-regulated genes that are important mediators of androgen action in both normal and malignant prostate tissue. This book will focus on the androgen-regulated gene expression program, and examine how recently identified androgen-regulated genes are likely to contribute to the development and progression of prostate cancer. Recent studies that have attempted to unravel how these genes are deregulated in androgen depletion independent prostate cancer will be included
Autor: Donald Tindall
ISBN-13:: 9781441924049
ISBN: 1441924043
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Gewicht: 1195g
Seiten: 826
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 23x15x mm, 22 Tabellen