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Scientists link proteins that keep cells multiplying to cancer
Researchers find a family of RNA-binding proteins known as Musashi proteins - that can change and lock cells into a proliferative state - may be involved in cancer regulation.
Important gene interaction defined that drives aggressive brain cancer
Targeted therapies are a growing and groundbreaking field in cancer care in which drugs or other substances are designed to interfere with genes or molecules that control the growth and survival of...
A protein that makes other proteins also regulates fat levels in worms, and p...
Like a smart sensor that adjusts the lighting in each room and a home's overall temperature, a protein that governs the making of other proteins in the cell also appears capable of controlling fat...
Fast, accurate new nanoparticle-based sensor system for rapidly screening can...
Traditional genomic, proteomic and other screening methods currently used to characterize drug mechanisms are time-consuming and require special equipment, but now researchers led by chemist Vincent...
Understanding cancer spread by researching blood and lymphatic vessels
Knowing more about how blood and lymphatic vessels develop in the gut should lead to new ways to prevent cancer spread and gut-specific lymphatic diseases, say researchers.
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