1. Which of these disorders of cell growth is always pathological?
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2. Which of these is a factor in the growth of transformed, tumour cells?
- Early maturation
- Increased serum growth factor requirment
- Loss of contact inhibition and colony formation
- Increased cohesion and being anchorage dependent
3. Which of these terms describes an increase in the number of cells in a tissue?
4. Which of these is the first step in proliferation of normal cells?
- A transduced signal is transmitted to the nucleus
- The cell divides in a controlled way
- A signal is transduced across the membrane
- Nuclear regulatory factors that initiate DNA transcription are activated
- A growth factor binds to and activated a cell surface growth factor receptor
- The cell enters and progresses in the cell cycle
5. What is a malignant neoplasm of striated muscle called?