Novel Tumor-Suppressive Signaling Mechanism Identified

■ Life Sciences / Novel Tumor-Suppressive Signaling Mechanism Identified A collaborative research team gets closer to the possibility of developing a powerful anticancer. This interesting study published in July 2017 in Nature Cell Biology identifying a novel tumor-suppressive cellular signaling mechanism has been conducted in collaboration between laboratories of Professor-Hyun Woo Park (Yonsei University) and Kun-Liang Guan (University of California San Diego, USA). The Hippo pathway has gained tremendous interest over the last decade because of its ability to control organ size and tissue homeostasis, and deregulation of this pathway leads to cancer. Inactivation of core Hippo pathway kinases leads to the activation of the … Continue reading Novel Tumor-Suppressive Signaling Mechanism IdentifiedRead More →