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New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
1 NEW Week of December 15, 2019
To be an oncogene or a tumor suppressor? The answer lies in the dose of p27

To be an oncogene or a tumor suppressor? The answer lies in the dose of p27

From the Kemp lab, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - January 15, 2018
Researchers closer to early lung cancer detection

Researchers closer to early lung cancer detection

Sam Hanash leads discovery of blood proteins associated with early development of lung cancer; findings hold promise of a blood test for screening, diagnosis
Hutch News - September 19, 2011
Systems biology may improve early detection of aggressive breast cancer

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

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
Improving biomarker development to improve patient outcomes

Improving biomarker development to improve patient outcomes

Amanda Paulovich and colleagues find proof-of-concept study of biomarker development provides roadmap for similar approach in humans
Hutch News - June 20, 2011
The melding of diverse minds around proteomics initiative

The melding of diverse minds around proteomics initiative

Paulovich Lab harnesses specialists from a variety of fields for contributions to $104 million National Cancer Institute network
Hutch News - February 01, 2007
Last Modified, August 15, 2019