Molekular- und zellbiologische Aspekte neuroendokriner Tumorerkrankungen des gastroenteropankreatischen Systems

  • B. Wiedenmann
  • H. Scherübl
  • M. John
  • T. Zimmer
  • G. Ahnert-Hilger
  • E.-O. Riecken
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Zusammenfassung

Neurone und neuroendokrine Zellen haben eine Vielzahl von Merkmalen gemeinsam. Der Einsatz molekular- und zellbiologischer Verfahren hat das Verständnis physiologischer und pathophysiologischer Vorgänge wie Wachstum, Adhäsion und Sekretion von neuroendokrinen Zellen verbessert. In dieser Arbeit werden aktuelle Befunde zum einem aus dem Bereich der Grundlagenforschung, aber auch der augenblicklichen, klinischen Forschung vorgestellt, die für eine verbesserte Diagnostik und Therapie neuroendokriner Tumoren des gastroenteropankreatischen Systems relevant sind.

Summary

Neurones and neuroendocrine cells have many features in common. The application of molecular and cell biological techniques has increased our knowledge of physiological and pathophysiological processes such as proliferation, adhesion and secretion in neuroendocrine cells. Here, we present recent data from basic and clinical research which are relevant for improved diagnosis and therapy of neuroendocrine tumours of the gastroenteropancreatic system.

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  • B. Wiedenmann
  • H. Scherübl
  • M. John
  • T. Zimmer
  • G. Ahnert-Hilger
  • E.-O. Riecken

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