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Dying Cancer Cells Rally Immune Cells to Spur Metastasis (1 of 1)

Dying Cancer Cells Rally Immune Cells to Spur Metastasis (1 of 1)
A common innate immune cell signaling mechanism orchestrates the reorganization of the tumor microenvironment and the response to microbial infection. Tumor cells (top) or normal epithelial cells (...

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Cell Clusters in the Blood Not Malignant After All, But Open Window into the Tumor Vasculature (2 of 2)

Cell Clusters in the Blood Not Malignant After All, But Open Window into the Tumor Vasculature (2 of 2)
Live-cell immunofluorescence staining of a tumor-derived endothelial cell cluster retrieved from the blood of a colorectal cancer patient. The red color indicates antibodies against CD31, an ...

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Cell Clusters in the Blood Not Malignant After All, But Open Window into the Tumor Vasculature (1 of 2)

Cell Clusters in the Blood Not Malignant After All, But Open Window into the Tumor Vasculature (1 of 2)
Images of three cell clusters from a representative colorectal cancer patient with known chromosomal abnormalities. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the June 29, 2016 issue of ...

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Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer (3 of 3)

Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer (3 of 3)
A GIF illustrating how radiation-guided drug delivery targets metastatic cancer, as described in Shamay et al., Science Translational Medicine (2016). Radiation zaps the tumor, triggering the ...

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Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer (2 of 3)

Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer (2 of 3)
Scanning electron microscopy images of fucoidan (Fi) nanoparticles encapsulating three different drugs: paclitaxel (FiPAX), doxorubicin (FiDOX), and a MEK inhibitor (FiMEK). Scale bar = 100 nm. This ...

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Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer (1 of 3)

Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer (1 of 3)
Schematic illustration of selectins' role in inflammation (A) and cancer progression (B). This mechanism can be used for selectin-based targeted therapy (C). This material relates to a paper that ...

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Synthesis of Glaziovianin A

Synthesis of Glaziovianin A
Synthesis of glaziovianin A.

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Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Prostate Cancer Researchers use Liquid Biopsy Biomarkers to Identify Disease Before Surgery

Prostate Cancer Researchers use Liquid Biopsy Biomarkers to Identify Disease Before Surgery
Dr. Thomas Kislinger, senior scientist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, says this discovery could eventually help personalize cancer treatment for prostate cancer patients.

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University Health Network

Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer

Radiation-Guided Nanoparticles Zero in on Metastatic Cancer
This is a schematic illustration of selectins' role in inflammation (A) and cancer progression (B). This mechanism can be used for selectin-based targeted therapy (C). This material relates to a paper...

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Prostate Cancer Cells

Prostate Cancer Cells
Prostate cancer cells (green) are in a superporous cryogel with tissue-like elasticity.

Contact: Monika Landgraf
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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)

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