Xenograft are the cells of one species transplanted to another species.
Scientific evidence supporting the involvement of the enzyme MAPK4 in cancer growth and resistance to certain therapies has been growing quickly.
A research team led by Prof. DAI Haiming from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences recently announced the constitutive BAK/MCL1 complexes could predict chemotherapy drugs sensitivity of ovarian cancer. The result has been published on Cell death & disease.
In a new study, researchers have introduced DSER, a technique for identifying molecular targets for enhanced therapy in prostate cancer.
Researchers from Northwestern Medicine unearthed the epigenetic processes involved in the regulation of multiple oncogenes in glioma cells.
Australian scientists have found what could prove to be a new and effective way to treat a particularly aggressive blood cancer in children.
Proteogenomic studies may provide a better understanding of how to match cancer patients with an effective treatment for their specific cancer.
According to a study the enzyme called serine palmitoyl-transferase can be utilized as a metabolically responsive “switch” that reduces the growth of tumor.
AZoLifeSciences speaks to Dr. James Whittle and Professor Geoff Lindeman about their research in enhancing breast cancer therapy through killing sleeper cells.
Precision medicine in cancer treatment uses genetic changes in the cancer cells to select the best therapies for individual patients.
With advances in genome sequencing, cancer treatments have increasingly sought to leverage the idea of "synthetic lethality," exploiting cancer-specific genetic defects to identify targets that are uniquely essential to the survival of cancer cells.
Researchers have developed a new pair of agents that show exceptional effectiveness for precision diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer in preclinical studies.
New breakthrough in breast cancer could enable the development of better approaches to prevent the spread of cancer cells to other organs in the body, thereby effectively bringing down mortality in patients suffering from breast cancer.