International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part D (2016)
Beta receptor proliferation in alkaline medium and the consequent effects on tumour and malignant cells
Cancer is an abnormal state in which uncontrolled proliferation of one or more cell populations interferes with normal biological functioning. The paper describes the involvement of different factors in order to maintain bodily homeostasis through cell-surface specific receptors and specifically highlights the insights of Beta Receptor Proliferation in Alkaline Medium and the Consequent Effects on Tumour and Malignant Cells.
Hypothesis and Relevant Analysis: Since, normal homeostasis requires intricately balanced interactions between cells and the network of secreted proteins known as the extra cellular matrix, generation of disease results due to disruption in the balance between the cells and the extra cellular matrix. As, such cooperative interactions involve numerous cytokines acting through specific cell-surface receptors, in the present paper we have studied a lot of cases of breast cancers, gastric cancer, prostate cancer, several gynecologic malignant cases and analyzed especially the proliferation of beta receptors in alkaline medium and the consequent effects on tumour and malignant cells.
Conclusions: From the in depth studies and analysis we found that, proliferation of tumour and malignant cells is favoured in acidic medium and also, proliferation of alpha receptors are enhanced during tumour generation as well as malignancy. Inhibition of such proliferation of malignant cells are found to be associated with the proliferation of beta receptors in alkaline medium.
How to cite this article:
Partha Majumder, Anjana Mazumdar. Beta receptor proliferation in alkaline medium and the consequent effects on tumour and malignant cells. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(1):215-219.