Tumour

How do Tumour Cells Divide in the Crowd?

Dresden, Germany — Most animal cells need to become spherical in order to divide. To achieve this round shape, the cells must round up and deform their neighbouring cells. In a growing tumour tissue,...

On The Trail of Cancer Stem Cells

Berlin, Germany — Two research teams from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine and their collaborators have produced a detailed cell atlas of an entire salivary gland tumour in a mouse model,...

Characterizing RNA Alterations in Cancer

Heidelberg, Germany — Researchers at EMBL-EBI were among the leaders of a large international consortium that carried out a joint analysis of data from over 1000 donors of more than 25 cancer types,...

Iron Nanorobots Show Their True Mettle

Thuwal, Saudi Arabia — Drug-coated iron nanowires that can be guided to the site of a tumour using an external magnetic field before activating a three-step cancer-killing mechanism could provide an...

Improved Brain Chip for Precision Medicine

Houston, TX — The Akay Lab biomedical research team at the University of Houston is reporting an improvement on a microfluidic brain cancer chip previously developed in their lab. The new chip allows...

Evolutionarily Novel Genes Work in Tumours

St Petersburg, Russia — A team of scientists from Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) studied the evolutionary ages of human genes and identified a new class of them expressed...

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