Baylor researchers awarded the National Academy of Sciences 2023 Cozzarelli Prize in Biomedical Sciences
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by Ana Rodríguez
3M ago
The research warrants continuing investigations to translate the findings into a novel, more effective and longer-lasting cancer therapy. The post Baylor researchers awarded the National Academy of Sciences 2023 Cozzarelli Prize in Biomedical Sciences appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network ..read more
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A potential strategy to control MAPK4-dependent cancer growth
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by Ana Rodríguez
11M ago
This study has advanced our understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying the tumor-promoting activity of MAPK4. The post A potential strategy to control MAPK4-dependent cancer growth appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network ..read more
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Eliminating gene SRC-3 in immune cells triggers effective long-lasting anti-cancer response
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by Ana Rodríguez
1y ago
The findings in animal models warrant continuing investigations to develop a novel, more effective and longer-lasting cancer therapy. The post Eliminating gene SRC-3 in immune cells triggers effective long-lasting anti-cancer response appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network ..read more
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The bone microenvironment ‘empowers’ cancer cells to become metastatic
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by Ana Rodríguez
3y ago
The bone microenvironment prompts changes in breast cancer cells that help them escape treatment and become more invasive. The post The bone microenvironment ‘empowers’ cancer cells to become metastatic appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network ..read more
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Targeting MAPK4 emerges as a promising therapy for prostate cancer
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by Ana Rodríguez
3y ago
Inhibiting MAPK4 simultaneously inactivated both androgen receptor and AKT and stopped cancer growth in animal models. The post Targeting MAPK4 emerges as a promising therapy for prostate cancer appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network ..read more
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The N-terminal domain of the androgen receptor is at the heart of its action
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by Ana Rodríguez
4y ago
Detailed 3-D studies reveal how the androgen receptor is put together as a functional complex that drives prostate cancer. The post The N-terminal domain of the androgen receptor is at the heart of its action appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network ..read more
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