428 Pages 13 Color & 16 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The book explores the role of miRNAs in the development, progression, invasion, and metastasis of diverse types of cancer. It reviews their potential for applications in cancer diagnosis, prognosis, and therapeutic targets. In addition it discusses the potential use in translational medicine. Chapters present comprehensive and expert perspectives on the roles of miRNAs in most common cancers from bench to bedside applications and are written by an international team of renowned experts in the field. This book is a landmark work providing up-to-date research on miRNAs and their important roles in cancer translational research.

    Breast Cancer MicroRNAs: Signaling Networks and Clinical Applications
    MicroRNAs in Breast Cancer Development
    MicroRNAs Controlling Invasion and Metastasis in Breast Cancer
    Endometrial Cancer and MicroRNAs
    MicroRNAs in Cervical Cancer: Evidences of a miRNA de-regulation caused by HPV
    MicroRNAs in Prostate Cancer
    MicroRNA Deregulations in Gastric Cancer
    MicroRNAs in Colorectal Cancer
    MicroRNAs in Lung Cancer: From Genomics to Clinical Applications
    MicroRNAs in Melanoma
    MicroRNAs in Medulloblastomas
    Extracellular microRNAs as Potential Biomarkers and Therapeutic Tools in Cancer
    MicroRNAs as Potential Therapeutic Targets in Cancer
    Regulation of microRNAs for Potential Cancer Therapeutics: The Paradigm Shift from Pathways to Perturbation of Gene Regulatory Networks
    Systems and Network Biology in MicroRNA Based Personalized Medicine


    César López-Camarillo, Oncogenomics and Cancer Proteomics Laboratory, Autonomous University of Mexico City, Mexico City, México

    Laurence A. Marchat, Multidisciplinary Program in Biomedicine, National School of Medicine and Homeopathy-IPN, Mexico City, Mexico