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<i>Lophiaris silverarum</i>

Lophiaris silverarum
Lophiaris silverarum, named after a UC Riverside researcher, is known to grow only in central Panama.

Contact: Iqbal Pittalwala
iqbal@ucr.edu
951-827-6050
University of California - Riverside

Cancer Stemness

Cancer Stemness
Some lung cancer cells become resistant to drugs. Researchers identified an existing drug that reverses stem cell-like properties of tumors, resensitizing them to drug.

Contact: Yadira Galindo
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University of California - San Diego

Lung Cancer Cell

Lung Cancer Cell
When lung cancer cells become drug resistant, tumor cells return as shown in brown.

Contact: Yadira Galindo
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University of California - San Diego

Lung Cancer Cell Resensitized

Lung Cancer Cell Resensitized
Researchers identified an existing drug, bortezomib, that reverses stem cell-like properties of tumors, resensitizing them to drugs as shown in this photo of lung cancer cells.

Contact: Yadira Galindo
ygalindo@ucsd.edu
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University of California - San Diego

Retromer

Retromer
Researchers have identified a new class of compounds -- pharmacologic chaperones -- that can stabilize the retromer protein complex (the blue and orange structure shows part of the complex). Retromer ...

Contact: Ann Rae Jonas, Doug Levy
cumcnews@columbia.edu
212-305-3900
Columbia University Medical Center

Neuron Zebrafish

Neuron Zebrafish
Newly discovered neuron type (yellow) helps zebrafish to coordinate its eye and swimming movements. The image shows the blue-stained brain of a fish larva with the suggested position of the eyes.

Contact: Dr. Herwig Baier
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Max-Planck-Gesellschaft

Awareness Ribbons

Awareness Ribbons
A row of colored ribbons represent various cancers and diseases.

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Michigan State University

Forest Burning

Forest Burning
This is a thousand-hectare burn in the southeastern Amazon, that was lit to remove unwanted trees to make way for agriculture, escaped into the adjacent forest.

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Penn State

Tree Damage

Tree Damage
The experimental burns set by the researchers move slowly and at low intensities in the forest interior, but they can still have damaging effects on trees that are not adapted to fire.

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aem1@psu.edu
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Penn State

African Honey Bee (1 of 2)

African Honey Bee (1 of 2)
This is the African honey bee, Apis mellifera scutellata, on an ornamental succulent in Kitui, Kenya.

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Penn State

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