Ann Integrative Oncol | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Review Article | Open Access

Tumor Cell Identity as Projected by Immunotoxins within Heterogeneity and Hierarchical Systems of Progression

Agius LM

University of Malta Medical School

*Correspondance to: Agius LM 

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Abstract

The exponential systems of amplification of tumor cell infiltration and spread are related intimately to overall growth dimensions of a given brain tumor and as expounded within hemodynamics of supply to the parent lesion. The significant realization of spectra of susceptibility incorporates other performance indices as evidenced by systems of performance of the individual tumor cell within an induced milieu that exerts profound toxicity to dynamic turnover of the neoplasm. In such terms, the realization of cell infiltration and multiplication is a conjugate performance index of emerging systems of growth of such individual tumor cell and cells. 

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Agius LM. Tumor Cell Identity as Projected by Immunotoxins within Heterogeneity and Hierarchical Systems of Progression. Ann Integr Oncol. 2020; 1(2): 1006..

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