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Current Molecular Medicine is an interdisciplinary journal focused on providing the readership with current and comprehensive reviews on fundamental molecular mechanisms of disease pathogenesis, the development of molecular-diagnosis and/or novel approaches to rational treatment. The reviews should be of significant interest to basic researchers and clinical investigators in molecular medicine. Periodically the journal will invite guest editors to devote an issue on a basic research area that shows promise to advance our understanding of the molecular mechanism(s) of a disease or has potential for clinical applications.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

Volume 12, Number 9, November 2012

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Free Content Editorial [Hot Topic: Heat Shock Proteins in Cancer]
pp. 1099-1101(3)
Author: Arrigo, Andre-Patrick

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HSF1, A Versatile Factor in Tumorogenesis
pp. 1102-1107(6)
Author: Calderwood, S.K.

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Inhibiting HSP90 to Treat Cancer: A Strategy in Evolution
pp. 1108-1124(17)
Authors: Whitesell, L.; Santagata, S.; Lin, N.U.

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Tumor-Intrinsic and Tumor-Extrinsic Factors Impacting Hsp90- Targeted Therapy
pp. 1125-1141(17)
Authors: Alarcon, S.V.; Mollapour, M.; Lee, M.-J.; Tsutsumi, S.; Lee, S.; Kim, Y.S.; Prince, T.; Apolo, A.B.; Giaccone, G.; Xu, W.; Neckers, L.M.; Trepel, J.B.

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Role of Human and Mouse HspB1 in Metastasis
pp. 1142-1150(9)
Authors: Nagaraja, G.M.; Kaur, P.; Asea, A.

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Alpha-Crystallins and Tumorigenesis
pp. 1164-1173(10)
Authors: Chen, P.; Ji, W.; Liu, F.-Y.; Tang, H.-Z.; Fu, S.; Zhang, X.; Liu, M.; Gong, L.; Deng, M.; Hu, W.-F.; Hu, X.-H.; Chen, X.-W.; Li, Z.-L.; Li, X.; Liu, J.; Li, D.W.-C.

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Dual Role of Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) in Anti-Tumor Immunity
pp. 1174-1182(9)
Authors: Multhoff, G.; Pockley, A.G.; Streffer, C.; Gaipl, U.S.

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Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) Based Anti-Cancer Vaccines
pp. 1183-1197(15)
Authors: Ciocca, D.R.; Cayado-Gutierrez, N.; Maccioni, M.; Cuello-Carrion, F.D.

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New Paradigm for Intrinsic Function of Heat Shock Proteins as Endogenous Ligands in Inflammation and Innate Immunity
pp. 1198-1206(9)
Authors: Tamura, Y.; Torigoe, T.; Kutomi, G.; Hirata, K.; Sato, N.

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