Carcinogenesis

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal contains special section Carcinogenesis covers the study of cells undergoing carcinogenesis with uncontrolled mutagenesis. It includes every aspect of biochemical mechanisms in relation to the cancer development. Also the focus is on medicinal research from diagnostic testing to monitoring of tumor progression through modulating agents and molecular epidemiology, examination of cells and tissues.

Carcinogens

Carcinogens are the root cause for the formation of cancer. In which the normal cells are transformed to cancer cells by the process of mutation. Genotoxic and Nongenotoxic agents disrupt the orderly process of proliferation and programmed cell death which results in uncontrolled cell division. Chemical agents like N-methyl-N-nitrosourea (MNU) or non-chemical agents such as ultraviolet light and ionizing radiation. Nongenotoxic agents do not directly affect, but act in other ways to promote cancer. Carcinogenesis can be divided conceptually into four steps: tumor initiation, tumor promotion, malignant conversion, and tumor progression.
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Original Research

NH125, an eukaryotic elongation factor 2 kinase inhibitor, radiosensitizes breast cancer by the abrogation of G2/M checkpoint

Hong-Mei Song, Guang-Zong Chen, Hong-Cheng Zhu, Jian-Hua Ma, Zhong-Ming Wang, Tian-Li He, Yuan-Dong Wang, Xin-Chen Sun, Jian-Xin Ma
JCTR 2017 6 : 1 (27 October 2017)

Original Research

PARP-1 modulates β1-integrin/NF-κB-mediated radioresistance in human breast cancer

David Raleigh, Kazi M Ahmed, Hui Zhang, Shabnam Ziaee, Catherine C Park
JCTR 2016 5 : 1 (12 February 2016)

Review

Cancer and stress: what’s matter? from epidemiology: the psychologist and oncologist point of view

Nerina Denaro, Letteria Tomasello, Elvio Grazioso Russi
JCTR 2014 3 : 6 (20 October 2014)

Cancer Stem Cells

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal covers special section Cancer stem cells aims to publish research on identification, characterization and isolation of cancer stem cells in various cancer types, metastatic mechanisms, surface markers and their role in cancer initiation, progression and maintenance. The scope of the section includes reviews, hypothetical theories, clinical practices and novel techniques in regulating cancer stem cells.

Innovative Therapies

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal covers special section Innovative Therapies focuses on the treatment and prevention of cancer. This section inculdes cancer curing therapies and pharmaceutical applications with the study of anti-cancer drugs, therapeutic agents and Drug Development based on the signalling mechanisms and pharmacodynamics.

Carcinogenesis

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal contains special section Carcinogenesis covers the study of cells undergoing carcinogenesis with uncontrolled mutagenesis. It includes every aspect of biochemical mechanisms in relation to the cancer development. Also the focus is on medicinal research from diagnostic testing to monitoring of tumor progression through modulating agents and molecular epidemiology, examination of cells and tissues.

Organ Specific Cancers

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal covers special section Organ Specific Cancers, With its heterogenetic ability, Cancer has a diversified nature in relation to the organ specificity. This section encompasses study of cancer dvelopment in different organs and their transition among the organs. The primary focus is on heterogeneity, origin, metastasis, angiogenesis and organ specified mechanisms in cancer cells.

Radiation And Imaging

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal covers special section Radiation and Imaging section includes medical diagnostic procedures and treatment using radiation, chemotherapy and imaging technology. It focuses on the modified therapeutic strategies to control cancer and implementing preventional methods.

Epidemiology, Genetics And Genomics

Journal of Cancer Therapetics & Research Open access Journal covers special section Epidemiology Genetics and Genomics aim to attract papers in the field of epidemiology, genetics and genomics in cancer cells and cancer patients. Understanding the cancer genetics, gene expression and regulation in cancer cells, their heterogeneity will give new insights in diagnosis and treatment. The section intend to disseminate information and knowledge that may furnish novel applications such as personalized treatment with either DNA or protein kinase targeted drugs, combinations with modern radiotherapeutic approaches. The section also considers studies performing whole genome sequencing to recognize potential drug targets or limited for selected genes to identify patients responding to particular treatments more likely.