Animal Models In Cancer Research And Human Disease: Applications, Outcomes And Controversies
This book discusses the applications, outcomes and controversies of using animal models in cancer research and human disease. Topics include murine models of sporadic and inflammation-related colon carcinogenesis with particular focus on the AOM/DSS chemically induced colorectal cancer model; large animal models of human cardiovascular disease; developments of cell therapeutic strategies for Alzheimer's disease using animal models; the techniques and limitations of murine models of human colorectal cancer; animal models for antineoplastic chemotherapy-induced alopecia; and development of columnar-lined esophagus with or without goblet cells in rate duodengastroesophageal reflux models through gut regenerative cell lineage (GRCL).
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc
- ISBN-13: 9781624175879
- ISBN: 1624175872
- Publication Year: 2013