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New early detection studies of lung cancer in non-smokers launched today

...omic Studies of Lung Cancer Arising in Current, and Never Smokers (PIs: Wan lam and Stephen Lam, British Columbia Cancer Agency, Vancouver, British Columbi...er Cell Lines from Lung Cancers Arising in Current, and Never Smokers (PIs: lam and Lam) RNA analysis: MicroRNA Profiles of a Lung Cancer Cell Line Panel...

Queen's researchers shine light on compact fluorescent bulb problems

... consumers' need for a dimmable, inexpensive CFL. "Understanding the significance of the problem motivated me to work hard at finding a solution," Mr. lam says. The two main challenges were making the technology directly replaceable with existing designs, and economical to produce, says Dr. Jain. "W...

UC Davis researchers find molecule that targets brain tumors

...rvive less than one year." To find new options for treating the disease, lam and his colleagues began searching for a molecule that could be injected in... be able to deliver targeted therapies to treat glioblastoma," said Lam. lam is planning to continue this work by repeating the experiments with powerfu...

UC Davis researchers discover new drug target for inflammatory disease

... study co-author Kit Lam, chief of hematology and oncology with UC Davis Cancer Center. "These two and other integrins are found on cancer cells," lam explained. "And inflammation certainly plays a role in the onset, progression and maintenance of certain cancers. This outcome could have a huge impac...

Smoking turns on genes -- permanently

...g cancer than those who have never smoked. A Canadian team led by Wan L lam and Stephen lam from the BC Cancer Agency, took samples from the lungs of 24 current and fo...

MWG Biotech expands siMAX?siRNA portfolio with new scales, lengths and design tools

... gene with two University of Utah and Howard Hughes Medical Institute colleagues ?postdoctoral researcher Kirst King-Jones and lab technician Geanette lam ?and with geneticist Jean-Philippe Charles of the University of Bourgogne in Dijon, France. From Egg to Larva, Pupa and Adult ?Except When the Gene...

Scientists find a maturity gene in fly

... gene with two University of Utah and Howard Hughes Medical Institute colleagues ?postdoctoral researcher Kirst King-Jones and lab technician Geanette lam ?and with geneticist Jean-Philippe Charles of the University of Bourgogne in Dijon, France. From Egg to Larva, Pupa and Adult ?Except When the Gene...
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