tumorigenesis


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tu·mor·i·gen·e·sis

 (to͞o′mər-ə-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs, tyo͞o′-)
n. pl. tu·mor·i·gen·e·ses (-sēz′)
The formation or production of tumors.

tumorigenesis

(ˌtjuːmərɪˈdʒɛnɪsɪs)
n
the development or formation of a tumour
Translations

tu·mor·i·gen·e·sis

n. tumorigénesis, formación de tumores.
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Cells that are affected by aberrant copy number changes for certain cancer-associated genes may experience disruption of normal cellular function and, ultimately, tumorigenesis.
The role of TIP30 in tumorigenesis is also evidenced by the reduced expression of TIP30 in human colorectal cancer.
EMP2 is a cancer promoting protein, highly expressed in epithelial malignancies and associated with tumorigenesis, with triple negative breast cancer highly prominent on that list.
other programmatically appropriate groups of cancers may include those centered around a common biological mechanism critical for promoting tumorigenesis and/or cancer progression in organ sites that belong to different organ systems.
Felsher's lab investigates how oncogenes initiate and sustain tumorigenesis.
Elevated expression of CK2 in cancers and its ability to support tumorigenesis makes it a candidate target for cancer therapy14.
The DNA repair capacity, which is directly involved in tumorigenesis, is controlled by circadian clock through XPA oscillation.
Hyaluronan, a GAG, is synthesized without a core protein and major component in the ECM of most mammalian tissues, and accumulates in cell division and remodeling that occurs during morphogenesis, inflammation and tumorigenesis.
As a normal cell undergoes tumorigenesis, it expresses aberrant protein antigens, known as tumor-associated antigens (TAAs).
The tumorigenesis of paranasal sinus tumours is unknown.
As biological processes are complex, for example, tumorigenesis, multitechnological approaches are crucial for protein/gene biomarkers discovery.
are known to be involved in the initiation of tumorigenesis and in malignant transformation [58].