Oncology & Cancer

The role of p53 as a target for novel cancer therapies

The p53 tumor suppressor protein is encoded by TP53, the most frequently mutated gene in cancer. A review article published in Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology by Professor Klas G Wiman and colleagues at the Department of ...

Medical research

New test helps drug discoverers identify future cancer treatments

Researchers have developed an investigative procedure that makes the early stages of drug discovery more efficient. This test can help scientists identify new biologically active compounds that can be used to develop effective ...

Medical research

Blocking proteins could pull the plug on power for colon tumors

Through study findings published in Cell Reports, a team of scientists at VCU Massey Cancer Center has discovered a previously unknown interaction between proteins that is responsible for supplying energy to tumor cells and ...

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