Latest P53 Stories
Sunscreen not only helps prevent three types of skin cancer, it also shields a ‘superhero’ gene that repairs sun-damaged skin.
In a study published in published in EMBO Molecular Medicine, a Dartmouth researcher found that dying heart cells are kept alive with spikes of oxygen.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, medical researchers at the University of North Carolina are developing a promising new treatment for macular degeneration.
Study Reveals Network of Genes that Safeguard Cooperation in Stem Cells and the Developing Embryo New York, NY (PRWEB) September 13, 2013 We often think
A team of scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies has identified why disruption of a vital pathway in cell cycle control leads to the proliferation of cancer cells.
Australian Researchers Astonished to Learn P53 Not Only Seeks and Destroys, But Prevents DALLAS (PRWEB) May 19, 2013 Scientists are on the verge of unraveling
A novel drug may help increase the effectiveness of radiation therapy for the most deadly form of brain cancer.
A seven-year quest to understand how breast cancer cells resist treatment with the targeted therapy lapatinib has revealed a previously unknown molecular network that regulates cell death.
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a group of proteins that are mutated in about one-fifth of all human cancers.
Cancer cells are a problem for the body because they multiply recklessly, refuse to die and blithely metastasize to set up shop in places where they don't belong.
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