My second post over at American Scientist’s renovated blog network tackles some of the latest thinking about a new process to target that is especially important for cancer cells. Targeting gene transcription– making mRNA from DNA genes– does a number on some of the nastiest types of cancer. Head over to my post to find out how and why.
- Me vs. “MuTEs”: Enhancing Cancer’s Hallmarks via Mutation March 24, 2016
- Snarking the Science of Scorpion March 17, 2016
- Beating Cancers’ Unexpected Vice: Transcription – at AmericanScientist.org May 4, 2015
- Mutations that don’t break proteins – at AmericanScientist.org March 25, 2015
- Snarking Stem Cells: The Webinars February 8, 2015
- My Contribution to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — with Science! August 19, 2014
- How We Drugged a Leukemia’s Favorite Transcription Network August 11, 2014
- What is a stem cell? June 19, 2014
- What the Ghostbusters Taught Me About Communicating June 16, 2014
- Enhancers Are Not Switches – Why We Should Kill a Bad Metaphor May 19, 2014
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