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Lassa Virus Cell Entry via Dystroglycan Involves an Unusual Pathway of Macropinocytosis

2007 views | Sep 22 2016

Oppliger J et al. revealed novel fundamental aspects of the LASV-host cell interaction and highlights a possible candidate drug target for therapeutic intervention. [Read the Full Post]

Dual Targeting of Akt and mTORC1 Impairs Repair of DNA Double-Strand Breaks and Increases Radiation Sensitivity of Human Tumor Cells

1819 views | Sep 21 2016

Holler M et al. dual targeting of mTORC1 and Akt1 inhibits repair of DNA-DSB leading to radiosensitization of solid tumor cells. [Read the Full Post]

P53 Is Involved in a Three-Dimensional Architecture-Mediated Decrease in Chemosensitivity in Colon Cancer

1147 views | Sep 21 2016

He J et al. suggested that p53 is involved in a 3D architecture-mediated decrease in chemosensitivity to platinum in colon cancer. [Read the Full Post]

RNA polymerase III component Rpc9 regulates hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell maintenance in zebrafish

1105 views | Sep 20 2016

Wei Y et al. illustrated that Rpc9, a component of Pol III, plays an important tissue-specific role in HSPC maintenance during zebrafish embryogenesis and might be conserved across vertebrates, including mammals. [Read the Full Post]

Developmental expression of STATs, nuclear factor-κB and inflammatory genes in the jejunum of piglets during weaning

4746 views | Sep 20 2016

Yi H et al. found that weaning caused severe inflammation associated with activation of the NF-κB and STAT-3 pathways and suppression of STAT-1 and STAT-6 in the jejunum of piglets. [Read the Full Post]

A causal link from ALK to hexokinase II overexpression and hyperactive glycolysis in EML4-ALK-positive lung cancer

1646 views | Sep 19 2016

Ma Y et al. revealed a novel EML4-ALK-HIF1α-HK2 cascade to enhance glucose metabolism in EML4-ALK-positive NSCLC. [Read the Full Post]

Inhibition of Phospho-S6 Kinase, a Protein Involved in the Compensatory Adaptive Response, Increases the Efficacy of Paclitaxel in Reducing the Viability of Matrix-Attached Ovarian Cancer Cells

1587 views | Sep 19 2016

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Inhibition of Bcl-2 family members sensitises soft tissue leiomyosarcomas to chemotherapy

1536 views | Sep 18 2016

De Graaff MA, et al. found that Bcl-2 family proteins contribute to soft tissue leiomyosarcoma chemoresistance. [Read the Full Post]

No Significant Cytotoxic Effect of the EZH2 Inhibitor Tazemetostat on Pediatric Glioma Cells with Wildtype Histone 3 or Mutated Histone 3.3

1015 views | Sep 18 2016

Wiese M et al. suggested that EZH2 inhibition might not offer an effective single agent treatment option for paedHGG patients. However, the therapeutic efficacy in combination with cytotoxic and/or other epigenetically active agents still has to be elucidated. [Read the Full Post]

miR-30b inhibits autophagy to alleviate hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury via decreasing the Atg12-Atg5 conjugate

1765 views | Sep 14 2016

Li SP, et al. found that miR-30b inhibited autophagy to alleviate hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury via decreasing the Atg12-Atg5 conjugate. [Read the Full Post]

Signaling factors and pathways of α-particle irradiation induced bilateral bystander responses between Beas-2B and U937 cells

6130 views | Sep 14 2016

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Activation of mPTP-dependent mitochondrial apoptosis pathway by a novel pan HDAC inhibitor resminostat in hepatocellular carcinoma cells

1341 views | Sep 13 2016

Fu M, et al. found that resminostat (or plus sorafenib) could be further investigated as a valuable anti-HCC strategy. [Read the Full Post]

Resveratrol protects CA1 neurons against focal cerebral ischemic reperfusion-induced damage via the ERK-CREB signaling pathway in rats

1336 views | Sep 13 2016

Li Z, et al. showed that the NMDA receptor-mediated ERK-CREB signaling pathway might participates in Res-induced neuroprotection in rats with focal cerebral ischemia. [Read the Full Post]

Nuclear envelope rupture and repair during cancer cell migration

1180 views | Sep 12 2016

Hu S, et al. found that cell migration incurs substantial physical stress on the NE and its content and requires efficient NE and DNA damage repair for cell survival. [Read the Full Post]

Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase/Akt Mediates Integrin Signaling To Control RNA Polymerase I Transcriptional Activity

2609 views | Sep 12 2016

Wu C et al. revealed that a pivotal role of integrin signaling in regulation of RNA polymerase I transcriptional activity and shed light on the downstream signaling axis that participates in regulation of this key aspect of cell growth. [Read the Full Post]

Activation of Aurora A kinase through the FGF1/FGFR signaling axis sustains the stem cell characteristics of glioblastoma cells

1803 views | Sep 09 2016

Hsu YC et al. identified a novel mechanism for the malignancy of GBM, which could be a potential therapeutic target for GBM. [Read the Full Post]

Resveratrol delays polycystic kidney disease progression through attenuation of nuclear factor κB-induced inflammation

3424 views | Sep 09 2016

Wu M et al. demonstrated that targeting inflammation through resveratrol could be a new strategy for PKD treatment in the future. [Read the Full Post]

Metabolic alterations and drug sensitivity of tyrosine kinase inhibitor resistant leukemia cells with a FLT3/ITD mutation

0 views | Sep 08 2016

Huang A, et al. revealed a metabolic signature of sorafenib-resistant cells and suggests that glycolytic inhibition may override such resistance and warrant further clinical investigation. [Read the Full Post]

Targeting FGFR2 with alofanib (RPT835) shows potent activity in tumour models

1600 views | Sep 08 2016

Tsimafeyeu I, et al. found that alofanib is a potent FGFR2 inhibitor and provide strong rationale for its evaluation in patients with FGFR2-driven cancers. [Read the Full Post]

A high-throughput-compatible assay to measure the degradation of endogenous Huntingtin proteins

1632 views | Sep 07 2016

Peng Wu, et al. have established the first high-throughput-compatible assay capable of measuring endogenous, tag-free HTT degradation, providing a valuable tool for HD research and drug discovery. The method could be applied to other proteins and can facilitate research on other neurodegenerative disorders and proteinopathies. [Read the Full Post]