Special Issue "Mechanisms of Tumor Latency and Its Alterations in Metastasis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2018
Dr. Roger Gomis
Tumor cell dormancy remains one of the leading causes of cancer relapse after clinical treatment. Depending on their cellular microenvironment and genetic heterogeneity, disseminated tumor cells may proliferate or become quiescent. The mechanisms that govern tumor cell dormancy are not yet well understood and appear to involve cellular, angiogenic and immunological processes.
The aim of this Special Issue is to provide an updated view of the current status of research on metastasis and cancer dormancy, and their implications for better understanding cancer progression and treatment resistance.
Dr. Roger Gomis
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- Tumor angiogenesis
- Cellular dormancy
- Tumor immunology and immunotherapy
- Tumor metastasis
- Tumor progression
- DNA Damage