Cell Signaling, Kinase and Chemotherapy

Cell signaling is the process of communication that governs the basic activities of cells and coordinates cell actions. Cells can communicate by using chemical signals. These chemical signals, may be proteins or other molecules produced by a sending cell, are often secreted from the cell and released into the extracellular space. By understanding the cell signaling, diseases can be treated more effectively and, theoretically, artificial tissues may be created. Example endocrine signaling by hormones. They may respond to molecules on the surface of adjacent cell. Signaling molecule may trigger immediate change in the metabolism of the cell. Chemotherapy is treatment in which medicines and drugs are used to treat the cancer disease (or) chemotherapy is treatment process in which distraction of cancer cells takes place. Chemotherapy may also include the use of antibiotics other medications to treat any illness or infection.
  • TGF-ß in Immunity, Inflammation and Cancer
  • Kinase-mediated signaling
  • Allosteric control of kinase activity
  • Targeted therapy
  • Cancer chemotherapy and biotherapy
  • Mechanisms of chemotherapy-induced cell death and resistance
  • Tumor suppressors and tumor drivers
  • Apoptosis, cell signaling, and human diseases

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