A new study has highlighted that gene expression profiling could enable rapid identification of anti-tumour immune cells for personalised immunotherapy.
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A novel microscopy method has enabled researchers to study the flow of signalling information within living cells and could enhance our understanding of cancer metastasis.
Scientists in the USA have added a new dimension to the understanding of how cells alter their communication with one another by means of epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT) during development, wound healing, and the spread of cancer.
Researchers have discovered a significant new compound that helps to mobilise a type of T cell – invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells – in the fight against disease.
A team of scientists in the UK and Italy has discovered a switch that instructs blood vessel cells to become blood stem cells during embryonic development in mice. These findings could aid research into new blood cell creation for transplants.
Researchers have deduced how an alternative form of RNA encourages tumours to spread.
Scientists have identified a Par-4 amino-terminal fragment that is released by diverse therapy-sensitive cancer cells...