Cell Signaling, Kinase, and Chemotherapy

Kinase-mediated signaling plays vital roles in cell growth, differentiation & homeostasis. Kinases signal by switching between on & off conformational states, and many inputs regulate the activity of all specific kinase. Abnormal kinase activity, frequently the result of mutation, is associated with numerous cancers, and kinase inhibitors have become a highly successful and growing course of anti-cancer agents. Biochemistry 2017 will focus on emerging insights into the molecular mechanisms by which kinase activity is regulated and how these insights are influencing strategies to target kinase activity in cancer.

  • Cell signaling in multicellular organisms
  • Intraspecies and interspecies signaling
  • Protein,Lipid and Carbohydrate kinases
  • Types of chemotherapy
  • Anti-Cancer Drugs

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