Analysis of the genome of a primitive seafloor dweller shows that a well-known system for controlling DNA damage is highly conserved evolutionarily
A previously uncharacterized cellular transport mechanism controls activity of a receptor involved in various cancers
Stabilization of a tumor-inducing protein by the human papillomavirus protein E2 may be an early step in cervical tumor formation
A sophisticated algorithm combines expression data with information about patient outcomes to reveal cancer genes
MicroRNA molecules represent an important regulatory roadblock preventing cancer cell proliferation
Bioluminescence imaging allows real-time monitoring of cancer spreading through the body
Cancer-suppressor protein p53 has undergone dramatic shifts in understanding over the past 30 years, but now scientists are entering a new era in the development of novel p53-based therapies.