Throughout this module, we have observed that form follows function. All cells are made up of a similar composition of subcellular structures, yet size, shape, and texture varies tremendously and are directly correlated to what they do. Cancer is a pathological condition that occurs when cells no longer behave within normal parameters. This assignment will address how we can begin to understand cancer and treatments through the study of cells and tissues.
You should spend approximately 3.5 hours on this assignment.
1. You are asked to pick a specific type of cancer that affects one of the four membrane types listed. Skin cancer is a group of cancers that impact the epidermis and is not a specific type of cancer. If you wish to discuss cutaneous cancers, you can chose from basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, merkel cell cancer, and melanoma, etc.
2. Be sure to discuss what happens with your specific cancer type at both the gross (i.e., what you can see with the naked eye) and histological (i.e., what you can see with a microscope) levels.
3. You are also asked to discuss subcellular features that disrupt the cell cycle. These subcellular features can be anything from a mutation in a proto-oncogene to a missing cyclin/cyclin-dependent kinase, from a deleted tumor suppressor gene to a mutation in a protein necessary for the apoptosis pathway.
All sources should be reliable websites or online scholarly articles.
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