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Fos, Jun, and Myc are types of what?
Recognize tumor cells with low MHC I Expression
Viral oncoprotein associated with adult T cell leukemia (HTLV-1)
Inhibitor of cyclin-dependent kinase
Type of Cancer immunotherapy where peptide based vaccines, DNA vaccines, or tumor cells that are modified to boost immune response are used.
DNA repair protein. Mutations in this gene leads to hereditary breast cancer or ovarian cancer.
Type of Cancer immunotherapy where the effector cell is isolated from the host, exposed to IL-2, and directly infused back to the host to enhance antigen presentation.
Major tumor suppressor that guards the genome integrity. Mutations in this gene are found in 50% of all human cancers.
Type of Smad mutated in 50% of pancreatic cancer.
GTPase that hydrolyzes GTP to GDP
Kill tumor cells through the secretion of TNF and reactive oxygen species.
Tyrosine Kinase (non-receptor)
Causes DNA repair
CDK inhibitor and causes cell cycle arrest
Viral oncoprotein associated with KSHV
Allows for stabilization of Beta-catenin, nuclear import, and acts as an activator for transcription.
Viral oncoprotein associated with Epstein-Barr virus and Burkitt's Lymphoma
Signaling molecule in B-cell lymphoma. Shares homology domains where Bad/Bax are pro-cell death.
Catalyzes the replacement of GDP with GTP bound to Ras
GTP-binding protein that is constitutively activated if there is a mutation in codon 12, 13, and 61. It is on when bound to GTP and inactivated when bound to GDP
Inactivated by E7 and prevents E2F from binding to promoters of proto-oncogenes such as c-myc.
Transcription factor involved in TGF-beta signaling.
Gram negative bacteria that causes peptic ulcer and implicated in gastric adenocarcinoma and gastric lymphoma.
Degrades p53
Type of Cancer immunotherapy where administration of exogenous antibodies and complements for B-lymphomas are used.
Approved cytokines for treatment of cancer
Signaling molecule encoded on Philadelphia Chromosome
Major APC presenting TAA to T cells. Central in the initiation of tumor-specific immune response.
Phosphotase that loses tumor suppression with haploinsufficiency
Controls the G1-S transition. It is inactivated by Rb.
Type of Cancer immunotherapy where cytokines, IFN-alpha, IL-2, GM-CSF, IL-12 or bacterial adjuvants are used.

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