Genomics of cancerous cells proceeds with the study of all DNA sequences and their gene expression differences between tumour cells and normal host cells. Understanding the genetic proliferation of the tumour cells can be done. Abnormal cell proliferation is driven by oncogenes therefore because of genetic alterations which can either increase gene expressions or can even lead to uncontrolled activity of oncogene-encoded protein. Oncogenomic researches involve in the study of cancer genomes, transcriptomes, proteomes and other cellular composition in another organisms like mice, rabbit, guinea pig, hamster to identify about all the genetic composition of the oncogene and then again referring back to human cancer samples to check whether homologues of these oncogenes are important for causing carcinoma in human cells.
- Track 1-1 Advancements in Oncogenomics
- Track 2-2 Tumour Genome and Epigenome
- Track 3-3 Oncogene and Protooncogene
- Track 4-4 Tumour Suppressor Genes
- Track 5-5 Functional Genomics