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Cell Signaling in Cancer

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Credit: Technology Networks

Cells are exceptionally good at responding and adapting to their environment. To do this, they must be able to receive and process “signals” that originate outside of the cell. However, in cancer, genetic and/or epigenetic changes can occur within a cell or group of cells, which disrupts their normal functioning. Many of these disruptions map to specific cell signaling pathways.

Download this infographic to explore:

  • The relationship between cell signaling and cancer
  • What happens when signaling goes wrong
  • How critical mediators of abnormal signaling can be therapeutically targeted