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One-Two Punch to Overcome Drug Resistance (1 of 3)

One-Two Punch to Overcome Drug Resistance (1 of 3)
Illustrated is a tumor-targeted dual-drug vehicle for a one-two knockout punch against aggressive cancer cell types, non-small cell lung cancer and triple negative breast cancer. This image relates to...

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Seeing the Classic Cancer Drug Paclitaxel in a New Light (3 of 3)

Seeing the Classic Cancer Drug Paclitaxel in a New Light (3 of 3)
This is a timelapse video of a human breast cancer cell treated with a clinically relevant dose of the chemotherapy drug paclitaxel. Instead of dividing in two directions to produce identical progeny...

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Seeing the Classic Cancer Drug Paclitaxel in a New Light (2 of 3)

Seeing the Classic Cancer Drug Paclitaxel in a New Light (2 of 3)
Clinically relevant doses of the chemotherapy drug paclitaxel induce formation of multipolar spindles in breast cancer cells. Red shows alpha-tubulin. Blue shows DNA. This image relates to a paper ...

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Seeing the Classic Cancer Drug Paclitaxel in a New Light (1 of 3)

Seeing the Classic Cancer Drug Paclitaxel in a New Light (1 of 3)
Breast cancer cells treated with clinically relevant doses of the chemotherapy drug paclitaxel undergo abnormal divisions and produce aberrant progeny. This image relates to a paper that appeared in ...

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Chromosomal Clues to Cancer Survival (2 of 2)

Chromosomal Clues to Cancer Survival (2 of 2)
Researchers analyzed the immune environment in colorectal tumors, showing that tumors can affect expression of proteins produced by immune cells. This image shows triple immunofluorescent staining of ...

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Chromosomal Clues to Cancer Survival (1 of 2)

Chromosomal Clues to Cancer Survival (1 of 2)
Researchers analyzed the immune environment in colorectal tumors, showing that tumors can affect expression of proteins produced by immune cells. This image shows triple immunofluorescent staining of ...

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Engineering a More Efficient Way to Diagnose Prostate Cancer

Engineering a More Efficient Way to Diagnose Prostate Cancer
To diagnose prostate cancer, urologists, such as John Wei, and pathologists, such as Scott Tomlins, at the University of Michigan Health System, use biomarkers, which are biochemical signatures in ...

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Researchers Aim to Personalize Breast Cancer Treatments

Researchers Aim to Personalize Breast Cancer Treatments
With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), bioengineer Karen Burg and her colleagues at Clemson University are developing and demonstrating a new, integrative means of studying the ...

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National Science Foundation

A Promising New Approach for Treating Leukemia

A Promising New Approach for Treating Leukemia
A group of researchers at the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer of Université de Montréal discovered a promising new approach to treating leukemia by disarming a gene that is responsible...

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University of Montreal

Antioxidants May Raise Cancer Risk in Certain High-risk Patients (2 of 2)

Antioxidants May Raise Cancer Risk in Certain High-risk Patients (2 of 2)
An interview with professors Martin Bergö, corresponding author, and Per Lindahl, co-corresponding author. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the Jan. 29, 2014, issue of Science ...

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