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Researchers identify target for cancer drugs

... draw Akt to the surface. In a sense, PTEN keeps a leash on Akt and thus suppresses cell division. But when PTEN is mutated and unable to function, Akt breaks free. It makes its way to the cell membrane where other proteins activate it, thereby enabling Akt to contribute to tumor growth. "When a cell lose...

Loosen leash on cancer protein 'watchdog,' researchers say

... overrunning our bodies - if they can keep it on a leash of just the right length. In a collaborative effo...eps p53 inactive until it is needed, acting like a leash on a watchdog. "p53 seems to be an important stress response gene that fights cancer when it works,...

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(Date:7/10/2014)... Interdisciplinary Research (MIIR) and the Marshall University Joan ... will be partnering with an international biosciences company ... agreement with Shanghai-based HD Biosciences Co. Ltd., the ... of discovery and development of these new drugs. ... and commercialization rights to products developed through the ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... around a family of enzymes known as heme enzymes, ... their active site. At the centre of the heme ... (ferryl) when a reacting heme is in an intermediate ... unanswered for decades is whether this oxidation involves just ... Resolving this fundamental question has implications for understanding oxidative ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite or GOES-West satellite spotted ... fires raging in Canada,s Northwestern Territories. , At ... 2014, GOES-West captured this image of the brownish-colored ... Territories that drifted all the way into South ... GOES Project at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, ...
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(Date:7/10/2014)... More than 200 experts on aggression, who research issues ... attend the 21st World Meeting of the International Society ... Hotel, July 15-19. , Georgia State University is hosting ... year on alternating continents. , "We are excited to ... different countries, which will help produce fresh ideas about ...
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