First Published in 1983, Experimental Colon Carcinogenesis is a helpful guide through the development of cancer cells and the circumstances in which they develop. This book works best as a reference to all factors that must be considered with colorectal cancer and is useful for students of medicine or practitioners in their respective fields.
1. Cancer Epidemiology. 2. Experimental Colon Carcinogens and Their Mode of Action. 3. In Vivo Induction of Colon Cancer Dose and Animal Species. 4. Metabolism of Chemical Carcinogens by Intestinal Tissue. 5. The Application of Organ Culture to the Study of Colon Carcinogenesis. 6. Carcinogenesis Studies in Human Gastrointestinal Epithelium. 7. Morphological Changes During Chemical Induction of Colon Cancer. 8. Comparative Pathology - Human Large Intestinal Cancer and Animal Models. 9. Cell Proliferation in Colon Carcinogenesis. 10. Colon Carcinogenesis: Biochemical Changes. 11. Familial Polyposis Coli: A Model for the Study of Promotion and Transformation. 12. The Role of Nonspecific Injury in Colon Carcinogenesis. 13. Regulation of Cell Kinetics and Colon Cancer. 14. The Two-Step Concept of Intestinal Carcinogenesis. 15. Dietry Fat and Colon Cancer. 16. In Vitro Effect of Bile Acids. 17. The Role of Fecal Microflora in Colon Carcinogenesis. 18. Dietry Fibers and Colon Cancer. 19. Inhibition of Colon Carcinogenesis.
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