New research shows that the sustained expression of YES1, a member of the Src family of protein tyrosine kinases, plays an important role in the growth, viability and genomic stability of triple-negative breast cancer cells.
We now know how 5-azacytidine (AZA) induces apoptosis in cancer cells, thanks to a deepened understanding of the OAS-RNase L pathway.
Cleveland Clinic is only the second institution in the world to own the preclinical scanner and is the first to use it in the study of asthma.
A preclinical model shows that ADAMTS9 is important for effective uterine contraction during late stage pregnancy and delivery. In its absence, significant delivery complications occurred.
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Nearly everything we do in the lab has an uncertain outcome, and therefore every experiment provides knowledge that is new in some way. Biomedical researcher Dr. Suneel Apte explains.