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Melanoma-Treating Drug

Melanoma-Treating Drug
The melanoma-treating drug, selumetinib (red) is bound to its protein target MEK1 (blue).

Contact: Karin Eskenazi
Ket2116@columbia.edu
Columbia University Medical Center

FAK Inhibitor

FAK Inhibitor
This image depicts an ovarian tumor spheroid. FAK is stained red, osteopontin green and DNA blue.

Contact: Scott LaFee
slafee@ucsd.edu
619-543-6163
University of California - San Diego

Colorectal Cancer in Europe

Colorectal Cancer in Europe
This inforgaphic illustrated some key statistics surrounding Colorectal Cancer, screening processes and the variation in Nurse endoscopy provision across Europe.

Contact: Samantha Forster
samantha@spinkhealth.com
44-144-481-1099
Spink Health

BINDI Protein

BINDI Protein
A small chunk of protein (red) bound to the Epstein-Barr virus target protein (gray) was extended to make a much longer protein, left, and then designed to have a rigid folded structure, right, for ...

Contact: Elizabeth Hunter
elh415@uw.edu
206-616-3192
University of Washington - Health Sciences/UW News, Community Relations & Marketing

Nano Letters Cover

Nano Letters Cover
Nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego have developed a nanoshell to protect foreign enzymes used to starve cancer cells as part of chemotherapy.

Contact: Catherine Hockmuth
chockmuth@ucsd.edu
858-822-1359
University of California - San Diego

Nanoshells

Nanoshells
The enzymes are loaded into the nanoparticle very efficiently through pores on its surface and later encapsulated with a shell of nanoporous silica. The shell's pores are too small for the enzyme to ...

Contact: Catherine Hockmuth
chockmuth@ucsd.edu
858-822-1359
University of California - San Diego

Kinase Surveillance

Kinase Surveillance
The circle inside each cell is its nucleus. As this video begins the circles are bright, which reveals the presence of inactive kinase protein decoys. After the Stanford bioengineers stimulated the ...

Contact: Tom Abate
tabate@stanford.edu
650-736-2245
Stanford School of Engineering

Malignant Tissue

Malignant Tissue
Mammary epithelial tissue structures undergo characteristic changes as tumors progress from benign to invasive. These human breast cancer tissue samples illustrate the difference. The scale bar is 50 ...

Contact: Caroline Perry
cperry@seas.harvard.edu
Harvard University

Interpenetrating Alginate Network

Interpenetrating Alginate Network
This diagram shows a cell encapsulated in an interpenetrating network of alginate (blue) and reconstituted basement membrane matrix (green). Integrin receptors on the cell membrane bind to ligands in ...

Contact: Caroline Perry
cperry@seas.harvard.edu
Harvard University

Proposed Signaling Mechanism

Proposed Signaling Mechanism
The Harvard researchers proposed a mechanism to explain how the stiffness and composition of the extracellular matrix could activate signaling pathways that produce a malignant phenotype. In normal ...

Contact: Caroline Perry
cperry@seas.harvard.edu
Harvard University

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