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Olga Anczukow describes a network of regulation for splicing factors, key proteins for controlling protein production. Dysfunction can cause a variety of diseases, including cancer.
Dual roles of neutrophils in metastatic colonization are governed by the host NK cell status
Muneer Hasham is working to improve the odds of success in one of the most difficult drug development areas of all: cancer.
The role(s) that extra-chromosomal DNA (ecDNA) may play in cancer have been the subject of speculation, but details have been elusive. Now, a paper in Nature Genetics implicates ecDNA in a wide variety of cancers, and associates it with aggressive, difficult-to-treat cases.
Cancer researchers have identified the enhanced expression of many signaling pathways implicated in cancer initiation and maintenance.
A $2.4M National Institute on Aging grant will fund new JAX research in age-related blood condition.
National Cancer Institute grant to JAX will fund the development of new tools to identify and analyze structural variants and their functional impacts in tumors.