p53: Structure, Functions and Role in Disease


Monte Stevens (Editor)

Series: Genetics – Research and Issues
BISAC: MED107000

p53: Structure, Functions and Role in Disease discusses the role of p53 dysregulation in different hematologic neoplasms defined by the current WHO classification. The prevalence of p53 aberration, mechanisms of p53 inactivation, regulation of p53 signaling pathway, and prognostic implications of p53 dysfunction in different hematologic malignancies are reviewed.
The authors also discuss the prevalence of p53 mutations in cancers and important mechanisms underlying the impact of p53 mutations such as loss of function, dominant negative effect and gain of function.
Recent findings related to the p53-mediated neuroprotective effects of natural compounds at the cellular, molecular, and behavioral level in various in vitro and in vivo models of neurodegenerative diseases are described, with a focus on Alzheimer’s disease.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Function and Role of p53 in Hematologic Malignancies
(Wei Cui, MD, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS, US)

Chapter 2. Mechanisms and Implication of p53 Mutation in Cancer
(Eziafa I. Oduah and Steven R. Grossman, Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Palliative Care, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, U, and others)

Chapter 3. p53-Mediated Neuroprotective Effects of Natural Compounds in Oxidative Stress Conditions
(Klara Zubčić, Goran Šimić and Maja Jazvinšćak Jembrek, Department for Neuroscience, Croatian Institute for Brain Research, University of Zagreb Medical School, Zagreb, Croatia, and others)


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