Cancer Development

Cancer development Introduction Simply put, cancer is the result of unregulated cell division. Cancer cells divide when they should not divide, should not stop when they stop dividing, and should not a populate when they are apoptotic. In the worst case, cancer cells leave the area where they appear and…

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Cancer Epigenetics

Cancer Epigenetics ​ Epigenetics is a rapidly growing field of cancer research. This page discusses some of the basics of epigenetics and the link between epigenetic changes and cancer. Introduction to Epigenetics Epigenetic Modifications DNA Modifications Histone Modifications Epigenetic Changes Outside of Genes Causes of Epimutation DNA Methylation Changes Seen in Cancer…

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Cancer Gene

Cancer gene Cell division is accomplished by a series of tightly controlled processes. The process depends on the normal transcription of some genes ( Transcription ) and translation ( – ). If these processes are abnormal, it can lead to uncontrolled cell growth. It is now believed that there are approximately 30,000 genes in the…

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Gene Mutation

Gene mutation The topics on this page are: Gene mutations and cancer Genetic mutations and cancer Type of genetic mutation Point mutation Translocation Gene amplification Reverse, delete, repeat Aneuploidy Genetic change Cause of gene mutation Summary of gene mutations Understanding the process: genetic mutation   Cancer is formed by…

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Gene Function

Gene function The topics on this page are: Transcription translation Gene function summary There is a lot of information in the chromosomes (chromosomes) inside the cells. It is estimated that the human body has about 30,000 genes. Each gene specifies a genetic code for the RNA molecule. RNA molecules may be directly utilized, may also be…

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Biological Composition

Biological composition Cells are the basic unit of life. All living organisms are made up of one or more cells. As will be discussed later, the human body is made up of millions of cells. In order to know the problems that occur in tumours, it is necessary to understand the regularity…

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Cell Division

Cell division In a person’s life, many cells that make up the human body age and die. In order to maintain optimal body function, these cells must be replaced. The reasons these cells will die and must be replaced are as follows: Epithelial cell shedding (such as those on the skin…

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Cell Cycle

What’s on this page: Stage of cell division DNA replication Mitosis Stage of mitosis Mitosis: late Mitosis: the end stage Cell cycle summary Stage of cell division G in the G1 and G2 phases represents Gap. It is indicated that there are no significant changes in the nucleus during these two phases ; in fact, these cells are very active,…

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Cell and cell structure

Every creature is made up of cells. Some organisms, such as bacterial bacteria, can exist as single-celled organisms. Some organisms (including humans) are made up of countless cells working together. The human body has hundreds of millions of cells. These cells make up tissue (such as muscle tissue and…

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