Initiation of cancer in the cell is experimentally related to action of chemicals and radiation. For understanding the first steps of this interaction, approved methods from quantum theory and solid state physics are applied by the authors. The approach of this book is interdisciplinary. Theoretical models are qualitatively applied. Known effects, like oncogene activation, anti-oncogenes, and disturbances of the cell's self-regulation are explained. The authors propose possible points of intervention in the cancer initiation process based on the theoretical considerations.After many years of extensive experimental work this code has been completely cleared up. The results have shown that the ... Three nucleotide bases, a so- called codon, always correspond to one amino acid. It seems that during biologicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Beginnings of Cancer in the Cell|
|Author||:||Janos Ladik, Wolfgang Förner|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|