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New research uncovers how common genetic mutation drives cancer

Findings in Nature show that targeted therapy for mutated gene can slow or prevent tumor growth in many kinds of cancer
Releases - October 09, 2019

Team solves structure of promising gene-targeting protein

Barry Stoddard and colleagues are first to show TAL effector structure, paving way for use in gene modification, engineering and corrective therapy
Hutch News - January 09, 2012

Biologist Bradley joins Center

Robert Bradley brings expertise in understanding alternative splicing to Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences divisions
Hutch News - August 15, 2011

Systems biology may improve early detection of aggressive breast cancer

Chris Kemp and Sam Hanash’s study is the first to examine how blood protein levels change as cancer develops—long before the disease is clinically detectable
Hutch News - August 01, 2011

Using a 'systems biology' approach to look under the hood of an aggressive form of breast cancer

Study is the first to examine how blood protein levels change as cancer develops – long before the disease is clinically detectable
Releases - July 28, 2011

New squamous cell carcinoma drug target discovered

Vasioukhin and colleagues find alpha-catenin protein acts as a tumor suppressor, cell growth control mechanism revealed
Hutch News - May 30, 2011

Brain cell migration may offer clues to cancer metatasis

Cooper, Jossin find surprising new role for N-cadherin; finding could shed light on how normal and cancerous cells migrate within the body
Hutch News - April 25, 2011

$4.8 million grant launches massive proteomics feasibility study

Paulovich’s goal of measuring all human proteins similar to Human Genome Project
Hutch News - November 02, 2009

Lessons from evolutionary battle scars

Identifying protein locked in conflict with immunity gene could lead to novel ways to tackle diseases caused by alphaviruses
Hutch News - January 28, 2008
Last Modified, August 15, 2019