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Przeciwciała monoklonalne w regulacji transdukcji sygnału receptora naskórkowego czynnika wzrostu (EGFR) w komórkach nowotworowych

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Monoclonal antibodies in regulation of signal transduction of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) pathway in cancer cells
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In recent years intensive research has been dedicated to the Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) due to its significant role in the pathogenesis of malignant tumors. In many types of cancers intracellular pathways modulated by EGFR have been identified as crucial factors influencing tumor survival and development. On the other hand, EGFR has also been shown to be a promising molecular target for potential therapeutic agents. Attempts to modify the signal transduction exerted by EGF have been made either by blocking the activity of certain elements of the EGFR pathway or by direct inhibition of the EGF receptor itself. It has also been demonstrated that the use of monoclonal antibodies to block the EGF receptor increases the effectiveness of conventional anticancer agents such as cisplatin. Thus, many anticancer therapies based on inhibitors of the selected components of the EGFR signaling pathway have been established, and many of them apply monoclonal antibodies.
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Receptor naskórkowego czynnika wzrostu EGFR (Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor), ze względu na jego ważny udział w patogenezie nowotworów złośliwych, jest obiektem intensywnych badań naukowych ostatnich lat. W wielu typach nowotworów wewnątrzkomórkowe szlaki sygnalizacyjne pobudzane przez EGFR mają wręcz kluczowe znaczenie w ich rozwoju. Z drugiej strony wykazano, iż EGFR może stanowić bardzo obiecujący punkt uchwytu dla czynników terapeutycznych. Podjęto próby modyfikacji transdukcji sygnału przekazywanego przez aktywny EGFR wewnątrz komórek poprzez blokowanie aktywności elementów tego szlaku bądź samego receptora. Wykazano też, że blokowanie receptora EGFR przez przeciwciała monoklonalne podwyższa efektywność stosowanych w terapii kon-wencjonalnych czynników przeciwnowotworowych, np. cisplatyny. Dodatkowo opracowano wiele terapii przeciwno-wotworowych opierając się na zastosowaniu inhibitorów wybranych, kluczowych składowych szlaku sygnalizacyj-nego EGFR, z których wiele bazuje na zastosowaniu przeciwciał monoklonalnych.
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