Attempts at Repeated Cell Re-Constitution as Integral Developmental Dynamics of Cell Proliferation in Oncogenesis
Lawrence M. Agius
Journal Title:Medical & Clinical Research
Performance re-characterization of pathway definition constitutes the defining elements of patterned response of the injured integral cell that individually defines the nature of biology of the cell clone and of the specific transformation event in oncogenesis. Determining parameters concern the patterns of response in the face of ongoing oncogenesis in terms that elusively create an autonomous response as systems biology pathways. It is within the further cooperative patterns of single cell integrity that oncogenesis defines a determined focality of response in terms that overall defines the primal proliferation and scatter of cells as induced by hepatocyte growth factor/MET activation.