4 edition of Rna Tumor Viruses found in the catalog.
by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Written in English
|Contributions||John Coffin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1233|
RNA tumor viruses - HTLV: type 1 and 2, retrovirus that carry an RNA dependent DNA polymerase. It does not encode an oncogene similar to those in cells; but encodes tax and rex that play a critical role in initiating oncogenesis. Start studying Virology #5: Oncogenic RNA Tumor Viruses. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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"Rna Tumor Viruses, Oncogenes, Human Cancer and Aids: On the Frontiers of Understanding" (Developments in Oncology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ This book contains 31 papers divided into six sections.
The section headings are: Molecular Genetics of the RNA Tumor Viruses, Endogenous Retrovirus Sequences in Human Cells, Molecular Biology of Human Cancers, HTLV/LAV, T-Cell Leukemia and AIDS, Experimental Model Systems for the Study of Human Neoplasia and Related Diseases, and Perspectives.
RNA Tumor Viruses, Oncogenes, Human Cancer and AIDS: On the Frontiers of Understanding Proceedings of the International Conference on RNA Tumor Rna Tumor Viruses book in Human Cancer, Denver, Colorado, June 10–14, Editors: Furmanski, Philip, Hager, Jean Carol, Rich, Marvin A.
The book concludes by evaluating the possibility of direct etiologic involvement of either endogenous or exogenous RNA tumor viruses in human cancers. This book will be of value both to graduate students and to established investigators with specific interest in Book Edition: 1.
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RNA tumor viruses (also known as retroviral tumor viruses) can be divided into two classes: acute and chronic transforming viruses. The identification of oncogenes began with the studies of acutely transforming retroviruses.
Although not oncogenic in humans, these can rapidly induce tumors in animals and transform cells in vitro. Tumor Viruses. Members of six distinct families of animal viruses, called tumorviruses, are capable of directly causing cancerin either experimental animals or humans (Table ).
Viruses belonging to five of these families have DNAgenomes and are referred to as DNA tumor viruses. Members of the sixth family of tumor viruses, the retroviruses, have RNAgenomes in virus particles but replicate via. DNA TUMOR VIRUSES. DNA tumor virus have a DNA genome that is transcribed into RNA which is translated into protein (figure 1).
They have two life-styles: In permissive cells, all parts of the viral genome are expressed. This leads to viral replication, cell lysis and cell death. However, when viruses are isolated from tumor tissue, they may contain acutely transforming viruses (e.g., Rous sarcoma virus [RSV]) that are capable of rapidly reproducing the same type of tumor.
Rous sarcoma virus was found to contain an additional gene, src, which is responsible for the transforming activity of the virus. Oncogenic Viruses - DNA TUMOR VIRUSES. CHAPTER SIX PART TWO ONCOGENIC VIRUSES - RNA TUMOR VIRUSES (Retroviruses) Viruses that cause cancer and the mechanisms by which they do so: DNA cancer viruses (polyoma, herpes, papilloma, hepatitis, adenovirus).
RNA cancer viruses (retroviruses) CHAPTER SEVEN. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Online version: RNA tumor viruses. Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, RNA Tumor Viruses, Oncogenes, Human Cancer and AIDS: On the Frontiers of Understanding About this book.
Introduction. This volume, which presents the latest findings from laboratories throughout the world on the role of RNA tumor viruses in cancer, is a celebration of these achievements and a prediction of further progress leading.
In particular, the group of viruses known as the RNA tumor viruses has been implicated in a variety of cancers in a wide spectrum of animals.
In addition to the presence of the virus, numerous genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors play an important permissive role in Author: G. Schochetman, J. Schlom. How do viruses cause cancer. Viruses are very small organisms. They are made up of genes – DNA or RNA – surrounded by a protein coating.
There are several oncoviruses, or viruses that causes cancer: Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is a herpes virus that’s spread through : Kellie Bramlet Blackburn. The members of the RNA tumor virus (or leukovirus) group of animal viruses replicate via a DNA intermediate and transmit their information stably in cells as DNA.
Although some of these viruses are capable of inducing neoplastic transformation, others are not. These viruses may be related to spontaneous neoplasia, but the relationship is that of analogy rather than by: Vennin, C. et al. H19 non coding RNA-derived miR enhances tumorigenesis and metastasis of breast cancer cells by downregulating c-Cbl and Cbl-b.
Oncotarget 6 Cited by: RNA tumor viruses RNA tumor viruses contain ribonucleic acid as their genetic material. The viruses derive their designation from their association with tumors. RNA tumor viruses are retroviruses that possess the reverse transcriptase enzyme that manufactures deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) from the RNA template.
Indeed, retro is the Latin word for backwards. Thus, DNA tumor viruses serve as models for the systems biology of host-pathogen interactions. "DNA Tumor Viruses," edited by Blossom Damania and James M. Pipas, summarizes recent advances in our understanding of this diverse and fascinating collection of viruses.
RNA viruses can also act as oncoviruses to promote cancer development (oncogenesis). For example, retrovirus like Human T lymphotrophic virus type 1 (HTLV-I) has been associated to T-cell leukemia, while hepatitis C virus (HCV) has been linked to development of liver cancer.
This book represents a comprehensive review of the field of DNA tumor virology. Right now, while there are books out there that cover individual viruses that are also covered in this book, there is no single book that covers this topic comprehensively. This book is the first current, comprehensive review of its kind in the cturer: Springer.
Oncogenic Mechanisms of DNA Tumor Viruses. DNA viruses belonging to the papovavirus, adenovirus, hepadnavirus and herpesvirus families have been associated with tumors in humans and animals [36,37]. Compared to the RNA tumor viruses that activate host genes or use transduced host genes to transform their cell targets, most oncogenic DNA.A biological virus (whether it is a true virus, an endogenous retrovirus, or a transposon) can literally lay dormant in a word document as a string of As, Ts, Cs, and Gs.
In other words, viruses.A virus consists of a small piece of genetic material (DNA or RNA) surrounded by a protein shell. Viruses cannot survive without a living cell in which to reproduce. Once a virus enters a living cell (the host cell) and takes over a cell's inner workings, the cell cannot carry out its normal life-sustaining tasks.