- Research Grants
Talita Ferreira Marques Aguiar in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Hepatoblastomas (HB) are embryonal tumors of the liver presenting with histological features that resemble the differentiation stages of hepatic cells. Molecular data on HB carcinogenesis is still scarce because of its rarity. The identification of the molecular pathways involved in the origin of HBs can expand the understanding of the connections between disruption of differentiation a...
During embryogenesis, a change or block the normal process of cell differentiation and/or organogenesis can result in congenital anomalies or, possibly, development of an embryonic tumor. Hepatoblastomas are embryonic liver tumors with histological features that recapitulate different stages of differentiation of this organ. Due to its rarity, molecular data regarding carcinogenesis of ...
Germinative changes in genes predisposing to cancer may anticipate the age of onset of tumor involvement, and it has been estimated that between 25 and 30% of pediatric tumors can be associated with inherited or new genetic constitutive causes. Recently, Zhang et al (2016) reported germline mutations in cancer-predisposing genes in 8.5% of the children and adolescents with cancer; strik...
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