An ‘off change’ for cancer New insight into how individual cells reproduce, posted by cancer researchers at Michigan State University and the Van Andel Research Institute in Grand Rapids, could help scientists move nearer to finding an ‘away switch’ for cancer.Tumor cells divide uncontrollably and will move from one section of the body to another. They undergo dramatic shifts in shape when they do so, said Aaron DeWard, an MSU cell and molecular biology doctoral applicant who published his study lately in the Journal of Biological Chemistry www.cytoxan.net . He’s racking your brains on how certain proteins trigger cell movement and division and how cancers hijacks the machine to develop genomic instability. DeWard and his educational adviser, VARI senior scientific investigator Art Alberts, investigated proteins known as formins that help determine the form of a cell during division and movement.
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