Systems biology of cancerMaterial type: BookPublisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, ©2015Description: xv, 531p. : col.ill ; 26cm.ISBN: 9780521493390.Subject(s): Cancer -- Genetic aspects | Systems biology | Neoplasms -- genetics | Carcinogenesis | Neoplasm Metastasis -- physiopathology | Systems Biology -- methods
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part 1: Introduction to modular organization of the networks of gene functions and cancer ; Part 2: Alterations in the regulatory networks of cellular and molecular events ; Part 3: Events responsible for aberrant genetic and epigenetic codes in cancer ; Part 4: Functional networks of events that modulate phenotypic manifestation of cancer ; Part 5: Current state of the evolving MMMN cancer progression models of cancer ; Part 6: Applications of comprehensive cancer progression models in the fight against cancer.