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New study advances understanding of rare sarcoma

Advancing the understanding of synovial sarcoma, a highly aggressive and rare cancer of young people, scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have discovered how an abnormal protein misdirects and ... read more

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Dana-Farber study advances understanding of rare sarcoma

In this study, scientists discover how abnormal protein disrupts gene expression in synovial sarcoma. For the first time, scientists discover the molecular basis for the cancer-specific targeting prop ... read more

Epstein-Barr virus rewires host epigenomes to drive stomach cancer

Researchers have discovered a molecular mechanism that explains how Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection alters a host's epigenome to promote tumorigenesis (the transformation of normal cells into ... read more

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Researchers create new tool to identify cancer-causing mutations lurking in 98% of the genome

Gene coding regions ... with an elevated cancer risk. But only a small number of noncoding variants in tumor genomes that contribute to tumor initiation have been discovered. read more


Researchers Discover a New Side of Cancer that May Explain Its Resistance to Treatment

A team of researchers have discovered that tumor heterogeneity can be traced back to a common source: a particularly flexible cell state that and can generate many other diverse cell types. read more

New research on fusion proteins that may help young patients with synovial sarcoma

New research is published by scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have discovered new information that ... which ultimately causes the activation of cancer-related genes. The authors write in ... read more

Study: Inhibition of TLK protein stimulates the innate immune system

Stracker, Researcher, Institute for Research in Biomedicine Having headed the Genomic Instability and Cancer Laboratory at IRB Barcelona since 2009, in July this year Stracker took up a new position . read more

Replimune Reports Fiscal First Quarter Financial Results and Provides Corporate Update

Clinical proof of principle established with RP1 in combination with Opdivo® for the treatment of immune-responsive tumors supporting registration directed development ... read more

New affinity purification technique for therapeutic proteins

Professor Kimoon Kim's research group at POSTECH has developed a highly pure and efficient technique for purifying antiviral and anti-cancer protein therapeutics using molecular affinity interaction. read more



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