5 edition of Oncogenes and retroviruses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editors, Timothy E. O"Connor, Frank J. Rauscher, Jr.|
|Series||Progress in clinical and biological research ;, v. 119|
|Contributions||O"Connor, Timothy E., Rauscher, Frank J., Roswell Park Memorial Institute.|
|LC Classifications||RC268.57 .O48 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||83000694|
Mar 18, · Medical Book Retroviruses Members of this family include important pathogens such as HIV-1, feline leukemia, and several cancer-causing viruses. However, interest in these viruses extends beyond their disease-causing capabilities. For example, research in this area led to the discovery of oncogenes, a major advance in the field of cancer genetics. ONCOGENES - Lecture Outline I. Intt oduct oroduction 2. Identification of oncogenic genes in retroviruses 3. Homologous sequences in transformed and untransformed cells 4 Methods of transforming cells with oncogenes4. Methods of transforming cells with oncogenes 5. Mechanisms for the activation of protooncogenes 6. Naming of oncogenes 7.
Sep 25, · RNA Retroviruses. Retroviruses are different from DNA tumor viruses in that their genome is RNA, but they are similar to many DNA tumor viruses in that the genome is integrated into host genome. Since RNA makes up the genome of the mature virus particle, it must be copied to DNA prior to integration into the host cell chromosome. Cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes. The Nobel Prize went to J. Michael Bishop and Harold E. Varmus originated in the host genome, where they influence normal cellular growth and proliferation. In , Peyton Rous discovered the Rous virus, which is made of RNA and can cause cancer in chickens.
Varmus continued to search for other proto-oncogenes during the s, but also branched out into new fields, including studies of the replication cycle of hepatitis B viruses. As an expert on retroviruses he soon became involved in research on the retrovirus that . Dr. Peter Vogt, M.D., Ph.D., serves as Member of Scientific Advisory Board of Onconova Therapeutics, Inc. Dr. Vogt is at the Scripps Institute in La Jolla, CA. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and a Lasker Award winner. His fundamental studies on oncogenic avian retroviruses led to the identification of oncogenes in human.
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Cancer results from alterations in critical regulatory genes that control cell proliferation, differentiation, and survival. Studies of tumor viruses revealed that specific genes (called oncogenes) are capable of inducing cell transformation, thereby providing the first insights into the molecular basis of cancer.
However, the majority (approximately 80%) of human cancers are not induced by. Karn, in Encyclopedia of Genetics, Retroviruses and Cancer.
Retroviruses cause tumors by a wide variety of mechanisms, but a common theme is the activation of oncogenes. Induction of tumors by nonacutely transforming retroviruses is due to retroviral insertion adjacent to cellular proto-oncogenes.
Quackenbush, in Aquaculture Virology, Zebrafish Endogenous Retrovirus. Endogenous retroviruses have been identified in a wide range of vertebrates. These retroviruses are integrated into germ line cells and in most cases have acquired an accumulation of mutations and genetic deletions over time to become transcriptionally inactive.
The newest volume in the Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology series edited by Dr. Vogt and dealing with oncogenes and retroviruses contains four review articles by international authorities in the field.
These articles presenting the latest research results continue the tradition of excellence for which the series is so well known.
The discovery of viral oncogenes in retroviruses led to the finding that they are not unique to viruses and homologous genes (called proto-oncogenes) are found in all cells. Indeed, it is likely that the virus picked up a cellular gene during its evolution and this gene has subsequently become altered.
An oncogene is a gene that has the potential to cause cancer. In tumor cells, these genes are often mutated, or expressed at high levels. Most normal cells will undergo a programmed form of rapid cell death when critical functions are altered and ogmaexpo.comted oncogenes can cause those cells designated for apoptosis to survive and proliferate instead.
Retroviruses comprise a diverse family of enveloped RNA viruses, remarkable for their use of reverse transcription of viral RNA into linear double stranded DNA during replication and the subsequent integration of this DNA into the genome of the host cell.
Members of this family include important pathogens such as HIV-1, feline leukemia, and several cancer-causing viruses. The way in which retroviruses cause tumor formation via oncogenes was established before anything was known about how DNA tumor viruses cause tumors. Certainly, DNA tumor viruses carry oncogenes (e.g.
SV40 T-antigen) but how do these proteins, encoded in true viral genes with no cellular homologs, cause the formation of tumors. Retroviruses that cause tumor growth include Rous sarcoma virus and Mouse mammary tumor virus.
Cancer can be triggered by proto-oncogenes that were mistakenly incorporated into proviral DNA or by the disruption of cellular proto-oncogenes. Rous sarcoma virus contains the src gene that triggers tumor formation.
Later it was found that a similar Class: incertae sedis. Retroviruses comprise a large and diverse family of enveloped RNA viruses defined by common taxonomic denominators that include structure, composition, and replicative properties (Coffin a,b, ).The virions are 80– nm in diameter, and their outer lipid envelope incorporates and displays the viral glycoproteins ().Cited by: 4.
Retroviruses have provided some of the most-important insights into the molecular cell biology of cancer (see Retroviruses and the discovery of oncogenes), and yet only one human retrovirus, the human T-cell leukemia virus type I (HTLV-I), is linked to a human tumour. This virus is.
Retroviruses: Molecular Biology, Genomics and Pathogenesis [Reinhard Kurth, Norbert Bannert] on ogmaexpo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Retroviruses comprise a diverse family of enveloped RNA viruses, remarkable for their use of reverse transcription of viral RNA into linear double stranded DNA during replication and the subsequent integration of this DNA into the genome of the host Price: $ Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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Oncogenes and retroviruses evaluation of basic findings and clinical potential: proceedings of a workshop held at Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, New York, Septemberby Frank J. Rauscher.
Published by A.R. Liss in New ogmaexpo.com: Oncogenes and retroviruses: Evaluation of basic findings and clinical potential: proceedings of a workshop held at Roswell Park Memorial Institute, in clinical and biological research) [Frank J.
Rauscher; Timothy Edward O'Connor] on ogmaexpo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Presentation copy, Signed by the Author on ogmaexpo.com A very good copy, DJ has light shelf wearAuthor: Frank J. Rauscher; Timothy Edward O'Connor. Written by the top retroviral specialists, this book reviews the genomics, molecular biology, and pathogenesis of these important viruses, comprehensively covering all the recent advances.
Topics include: host and retroelement interactions, endogenous retroviruses, retroviral proteins and genomes, viral entry and uncoating, reverse transcription and integration, transcription, splicing and RNA.
Oct 25, · Research on retroviruses has provided important insights into mechanisms of oncogenesis in humans, including the discovery of viral oncogenes and cellular proto-oncogenes. The subject of this review is the mechanisms by which retroviruses that do not.
Some retroviruses also code for nonstructural proteins that further regulate proviral expression. Integration changes the cell genome; it adds viral genes, and in the case of transducing retroviruses also adds cell-derived oncogenes that have been incorporated into the viral genome.
Integration can also have consequences for cellular genes. Retroviruses are the original source of oncogenes. The discovery and characterization of these genes was made possible by the introduction of quantitative cell biological and molecular techniques.
Retroviruses cause chronic infections and insertion mutations in their hosts, often leading to the appearance of tumors.
Studies of retrovirus-induced tumors have led to our understanding of many crucial concepts in cell and cancer biology, including the discoveries of reverse transcriptase, viral oncogenes, cellular proto-oncogenes and signal transduction ogmaexpo.com by: 6.
The study of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes continues to be a fast-moving area of science. This authoritative text provides a conceptual framework which allows students and professionals to understand this complex field.
It also serves as a comprehensive reference for scientists engaged in oncogene research. The second edition of this text details major advances and developments in the.The human T-cell leukemia viruses (HTLV) are associated with T-cell malignancies in humans. The malignant transformation occurs after a long latency in some carriers, and its mechanism appears to be distinct from that of other classes of retroviruses which induce transformation through viral .The Second Edition of The Oncogene and Tumour Suppressor Gene FactsBook has been completely revised, updated, and expanded by 60%.
The book contains more than 80 entries on oncogenes including JUN, MYC, and RAS, as well as DNA tumour viruses, tumour suppressor genes, including p53, retinoblastoma, BRCA1, BRCA2, VHL, F2FL, and essential material on angiogenesis and metastasis.