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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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Besim Ogretmen's team found that cancer cells have specific ways to resist dying the way normal cells do.
The technique works by infecting cancer cells with a genetically modified virus designed to activate a harmless drug, called a pro-drug.
Cancer cells are those in which growth and survival processes are notched up to dangerous, aggressive levels.
When the team blocked the function ofTBK-1 in both the cancerous and healthy cells, cancer cells died while healthy cells survived.
There exist contradictory data showing both a positive and a negative role of the TRAIL/TRAIL-R system in the regulation of cancer cell apoptosis, motility, invasiveness, and metastasis.
The cell growth inhibition of these three extracts was examined in human colon cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer and lung cancer cells.
Several protein survival factors were detected within the microenvironment of the ovarian cancer grafts that could prevent autophagy-induced death of ovarian cancer cells in the laboratory.
In the April 23 British Journal of Cancer, the Pittsburgh team reports similar behavior in prostate cancer cells following their incubation with liver cells.
Extracts from blueberries and blackberries weren't effective against the two cervical cancer cell lines tested, but they suppressed breast cancer cell growth--each fruit suppressing a different cell line.
Professor of Oral Pathology Tuula Salo investigates oral cancer and especially the interaction between cancer cells and their surrounding tissue.
The study explores this communication between precancerous and cancer cells in the context of an enzyme called PI3K.

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