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miRNA Regulated Networks Identified in Cystic Fibrosis
The IDT newsletter DECODED features the latest research to rescue the CFTR functionality.
Finding, Fighting the Fat that Fuels Cancer
UT Southwestern research examines role of certain fat cells in tumorigenesis.
Yale Cancer Center Carves New Path in Immunotherapy
Cancer immunotherapy is showing promise in treating patients with a variety of advanced, metastatic tumors.
Preclinical Tests Shows Agent Stops “Slippery” Proteins from Binding, Causing Ewing Sarcoma
Some tumors regressed to the point that cancer cells could not be detected microscopically.
Researchers Unearth New Clues About How Prostate Cancer Evolved
With the help of a computational model, Broad researchers were able to reconstruct the genomes of prostate cancer cells.
Researchers Identify Four New Genetic Risk Factors for Testicular Cancer
Large, first-of-its-kind study finds genomic regions associated with higher risk.
CU Study Suggests Link Between Tumor Suppressors and Starvation Survival
A particular tumor suppressor gene that fights cancer cells does more than clamp down on unabated cell division, it also can help make cells more fit by allowing them to fend off stress.
Studies Generate ‘Comprehensive’ List of Genes Required to Defend Sex Cells from Transposons
The piRNA pathway protects eggs and sperm from ‘jumping genes’ that can cause developmental defects, sterility.
Your Immune System: On Surveillance in the War Against Cancer
Wake Forest Baptist Research looks at gene expression profiling in breast cancer.
Endometrial Cancer Findings Emerge from Genome Sequencing Study
Novel tumor sub-types have been identified that could lead to better risk stratification and more individualized and targeted treatments.
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