Selenium and Selenoproteins in Cancer, Volume 136, the latest release in the Advances in Cancer Research series, provides invaluable information on the fast-moving field of cancer research. This updated volume includes chapters on The epidemiology of selenium and human cancer, Selenium, epigenetics and cancer, Selenium status and cancer risk, Nutritional aspects of selenium and breast cancer risk: focus on cellular and molecular mechanisms, Selenoproteins in tumorigenesis and cancer progression, Selenoproteins and metastasis, The tumor microenvironment and inflammatory factors, and Selenium-dependent glutathione peroxidases during tumor development.
This new release in the series presents original reviews on research regarding the prevention and treatment of cancer with selenium.
- Provides information on cancer research and prevention
- Offers outstanding and original reviews on a range of cancer research topics, with this volume focusing on the role of selenium and selenoproteins in cancer prevention
- Serves as an indispensable reference for researchers and students alike
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Marco Vinceti, Tommaso Filippini, Silvia Cilloni, and Catherine M. Crespi
- Selenoproteins in Tumorigenesis and Cancer Progression
Sarah P. Short and Christopher S. Williams
- Selenoproteins and Metastasis
Michael P. Marciel and Peter R. Hoffmann
- Selenium-Dependent Glutathione Peroxidases During Tumor Development
Anna P. Kipp
- Targeting the Selenoprotein Thioredoxin Reductase 1 for Anticancer Therapy
Elias S.J. Arnér
- The Regulation of Pathways of Inflammation and Resolution in Immune Cells and Cancer Stem Cells by Selenium
Bastihalli T. Diwakar, Arvind M. Korwar, Robert F. Paulson, and K. Sandeep Prabhu
- Selenium and Breast Cancer Risk: Focus on Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms
Camile C. Fontelles and Thomas P. Ong
- Selenium and Epigenetics in Cancer: Focus on DNA Methylation
Ewa Jablonska and Edyta Reszka
- Selenium and Cancer Stem Cells
Giuseppe Murdolo, Desirée Bartolini, Cristina Tortoioli, Marta Piroddi, Pierangelo Torquato, and Francesco Galli
- Selenocompounds in Cancer Therapy: An Overview
Desirée Bartolini, Luca Sancineto, Andreza Fabro de Bem, Kenneth D. Tew,
Claudio Santi, Rafael Radi, Pierangelo Toquato, and Francesco Galli
As the group leader and head of the research unit in the Department of Internal Medicine since 2013 and currently Dept of Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of Perugia, Francesco Galli's research is focussed on biochemistry, cellular biology and signaling, pharmacology/toxicology, and nutrition.