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Cell Signaling, Transcription, and Translation as Therapeutic Targets

Edited by Edited by Marc Diederich (RSL/Centre Universitaire de Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Cell Signaling, Transcription, and Translation as Therapeutic Targets

Published: November 2002

Volume 973

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The papers in this volume focus on the most recent developments in the area of signal transduction and gene expression related to diseases and their therapy. Research papers explore leading therapeutic approaches including novel antibodies against receptors, protein kinase inhibitors, antisense oligonucleotides targeting both signal transduction and gene expression.