All posts tagged cell signaling

  • Cancer may depend on signals transmitted through a chain of cellular events. In Ewing's Sarcoma, CU Cancer Center researchers detail new links that offer chances to break this chain.

    Study: Possible New Druggable Target in Ewing’s Sarcoma

    A University of Colorado Cancer Center study, recently published in the journal Oncogene, shows that downstream from the oncogenic fusion of genes EWS with FLI1 is a signaling chain that includes microRNA-22 and the gene KDM3A. By targeting these links, researchers hope to break this cancer-causing chain.

EGFR inhibitors may work together with a drug targeting the Wnt signaling pathway to improve the durability of lung cancer remission. Image: Flickr/Kingofthewildfrontier cc license
Can the controlled theif of an intentional condition resembling autoimmune disease catch the uncontrolled theif of cancer? Image: Flickr/f4niko cc license
Leukemia Cells
Dan Theodorescu, MD, PhD
Heide Ford, PhD, investigator at the University of Colorado Cancer Center