Review of TAM family proteins shows how cell signaling drives brain cancer
November 13, 2013 · Comments Off
A University of Colorado Cancer Center review published in the journal Brain Research provides an overview of TAM family cell signaling in the central nervous system, and specifically within the cancer gioblastoma multiforme.
KEY POINTS: Lung cancer cells evolve around drugs known as EGFR inhibitors, leading to inevitable...
In cancer immunology, it takes a thief to catch a thief
June 14, 2012 · Comments Off
KEY POINTS: The protein CD40 is expressed on the cell walls of immune T cells...
THREE KEY POINTS: The protein Mer is a well known oncogene — a cause of...
Major study stops bladder cancer from metastasizing to lungs
March 12, 2012 · Comments Off
THREE KEY POINTS: The protein “versican” aids bladder cancer metastasis to the lungs High levels...
Study details on-off switch that promotes or suppresses breast cancer
February 14, 2012 · Comments Off
3 Key Points The TGF-beta cell signal can promote or suppress breast cancer cells Doctors...
Bitter melon juice prevents pancreatic cancer in mouse models
February 14, 2012
Promising Breast and Ovarian Cancer Treatment Vaccine Comes to UCH
February 14, 2012
7th Annual Learn About Cancer Day Returns to CU Cancer Center
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