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What do sled dogs and cell clusters have in common?
Two gene alterations pair up to promote the growth of leukemia cells and their escape from anti-cancer drugs.
Scientists know that cells in all higher organisms cells need to bind to each other for the development, architecture, maintenance and function of tissues.
Researchers reporting in the April Cell Stem Cell, a Cell Press publication, have found a way to stop leukemia stem cells in their tracks.
The embryonic enzyme pyruvate kinase M2 (PKM2) has a well-established role in metabolism and is highly expressed in human cancers.
Two previously unassociated proteins known to be overly active in a variety of cancers bind together to ignite and sustain malignant brain tumors.
Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes have gained new insight into the delicate relationship between two proteins that, when out of balance, can prevent the normal development of stem cells in the heart and may also be important in some types of cancer.
Stroke is a leading cause of long-term disability and death in the United States.
Researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have identified an enzyme that appears to be a significant regulator of breast cancer development.
Researchers say they have discovered a new drug target for squamous cell carcinoma -- the second most common form of skin cancer.