In times of stress, cancer cells move a protein normally found inside the cell to the cell surface, making it accessible to antibodies for immunotherapy.
A*STAR scientists have identified two Epstein-Barr virus strains associated with a high risk of causing nasopharyngeal carcinoma.
Researchers reveal that the buildup of branched-chain amino acids fuels the growth and aggressiveness of liver cancer cells.
A platform for rapidly profiling mutations and gene expression offers valuable insights into cancer biology
Mapping the replacement of dead cells in the intestine uncovers a critical stem cell pool
Designer peptides containing chemically stabilized helices emerge as a potent way to activate anti-tumor proteins inside cells
Whole-genome sequencing gives researchers a deeper understanding of factors contributing to the onset and progression of gastric cancer
Targeted stimulation of an immune pathway may help the body to fight back against liver cancer
Insights into an abnormally edited RNA molecule may yield new weapons against a hard-to-kill cancer
An enzyme responsible for protecting chromosome ends stimulates tumorigenesis via an unexpected mechanism
Certain mutations cause a cancer-preventing protein to interfere with cellular pathways and actively drive cancer progression