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Features comprehensive and systematic analysis of biological and therapeutic targets associated with intra-tumor hypoxia
Focuses on translational aspects associated with intra-tumor hypoxia
Explores the opportunities for drug development offered by this unique feature of the tumor microenvironments
The tremendous progress in our understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying tumor hypoxias has generated a great deal of enthusiasm and provides new opportunities to better understand and target the tumor microenvironment. This book emphasizes how changes in oxygen levels in the tumor microenvironment impact cancer cell biology and provide new opportunities for cancer therapy and the contribution of world renowned experts in tumor hypoxia makes this text an invaluable tool for understanding how hypoxia impacts the biology, imaging and therapy of human cancers. Basic and translational scientists alike will find this book to be a source of updated information and an opportunity to further strategic thinking in order to better understand and target the complexity of the hypoxic tumor microenvironment. This book is a reference tool for students, scientists and clinicians who are interested in the role of hypoxia in cancer biology and therapy.