Researchers have discovered a molecular pathway in colorectal cancer cells that leads to uncontrolled division, creating an avenue for more targeted therapies.
Different forms of the protein HNF4ɑ can pair up to influence diverse processes ranging from development to diabetes, study shows.
Thermal stress elicits genomic changes that can make cancer cells resistant to chemotherapy
popular diabetes drug could one day be used to treat malignant tumors
Analyzing gene activity in single cells offers a
clearer view of bowel cancer
A surprising finding shows that some clusters of cells commonly found in the bloodstream of colorectal cancer patients are actually non-cancerous
Trapping cells that tumors release into the bloodstream allows fast and sensitive genetic analysis