Shankarrao Mohite College, India
Title: The cytology of cancer
Sudha Bansode is a Professor in Zoology at Shankarrao Mohite College, Akluj, and Maharashtra State, India. Recently she has completed her Post-Doctoral Studies at University of California, Riverside, USA. She is a active researcher & passionate teacher in India. Still she has been published above 25 research papers in International Journals & she is interested on Bone Research. Also she has honor of Distinguished Editorial Board Member of several International Journals. She is an own author of “Textbook Histological Techniques” & “Outlines of Physiology”. And now she is working on another own reference book “Rhythms in Freshwater Crustaceans”. She is a University recognized research guide for Ph. D. students in India. She was a invited Indian Speaker of “OXFORD SYMPOSIUM” on27-29 August, 2014 at Balliol College, Oxford, United Kingdom & CELL SIGNALING & CANCER THERAPY – International Conference at Double Tree, Hilton Chicago on 27-28 September 2017. She was academic visitor of Bangkok- Thailand, Colombo-Sri Lanka, Daira-Daira-Dubai-UAE. Her recent intellectual Interaction is with many International Professional groups.
Cell division is a normal process in multi-cellular organisms. Growth and repair (replacement of dead cells) take place as a result of cell division (mitosis). Except for cells like the liver and brain cells, which rarely divide in the mature adult, most cells undergo frequent division. Sometimes, however, cell division becomes very rapid and uncontrolled, leading to cancer. It should be clearly understood that rapid growth means a high rate of cell division for a particular cell type. It is possible for perfectly normal cells, e.g. the bold- forming cells, to have a higher rate of division than some cancerous cells.