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By Roberto Scatena (auth.), Roberto Scatena, Alvaro Mordente, Bruno Giardina (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461408083

ISBN-13: 9781461408086

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In fresh years, melanoma stem cells were famous as vital part in carcinogenesis and so they appear to shape the foundation of many (if no longer all) tumor varieties. melanoma stem cells or "cancer mobilephone like stem cells" were remoted from quite a few cancers of alternative foundation (blood, breast, mind, epidermis, head and neck, thyroid, cervix, lung, retina, colon, pancreas and so on). melanoma stem cells - infrequent cells with indefinite proliferative power that force the formation and progress of tumours- appear to express fascinating relationships with physiological stem cells. in particular, those melanoma cells convey major similarities within the mechanisms that keep an eye on self-renewal of standard stem cells. additionally, tumour cells may perhaps at once come up from common stem cells. extra, the mobile biology of melanoma stem cells convey loads of similarities with basic stem cells.

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2006). These mechanisms allowing CSC to become more resistant to chemotherapy and radiotherapy may explain events of tumor relapse after conventional therapies that are observed in the clinics for some cancer patients. In addition to the ability of developing new tumors and the enhanced resistance to radiation and drugs, other intrinsic properties of CSC include infiltration into surrounding tissues and migration to distant sites, facilitating tumor metastasis. Therefore, CSC seems to be directly implicated in tumor development, response to therapy, and disease progression, which makes them interesting targets for new forms of therapy.

Yet, CSCs are still somewhat poorly characterized at the molecular level. For instance, the identification of specific CSC antigens suitable for therapeutic purposes is still limited. Most CSC markers reported so far are also expressed in normal adult stem cells, such as CD34 for myeloid leukemia and lung adenocarcinoma, CD105 for bone sarcoma, CD133 for brain and colon tumors, CD20 for metastatic melanomas, and CD44 for breast, pancreatic, and prostate tumors. The lack of targets restricted to CSC urges molecular profiling studies of CSC and their normal counterparts aiming at the identification of new biomarkers for diagnosis and development of smart drugs.

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