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To the last step in the study, Georgetown oncologists treatment of mice with liver cancer, STAT3 STAT3 gene but lacks STAT3 inhibitor with an experimental drug under development by the National Cancer Institute TGF-. An agent, which would shut down STAT3 Now we have a way have to think have to think about the treatment of liver cancer, and this is very exciting, she said. In addition to STAT3, there are other proteins on on cancer stem cells, they might also offer us additional drug targets. .

- 'After finding the cancer stem cells, which help the development of these tumors, we can have a potential vulnerability that could form the basis for a new treatment for this disease could be found - and this is urgently needed, 'said the study's lead author, Lopa Mishra, Director of Cancer Genetics result in the Department of Surgery at Georgetown University and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.. About Georgetown University Medical CenterGeorgetown University Medical Center is an internationally recognized academic medical center with a three-part mission of research, teaching and patient care . Our mission is with a strong emphasis on public service and a dedication to the Catholic Jesuit principle of cura personalis done - .Integrated Genomics announced which publication of the complete Granulibacter bethesdensis genome sequence of, the first vinegar bacteria as agents of an emerging noninvasive human illnesses be identified.

The project results were 2007 issue of the 2007 issue of the Journal of Bacteriology. Other findings from the genome of sequencing and analysis project covered the identify of genes that typical of the family recur Generate for the transformation alcohols to acetic, as well as new features such as that in silico an indication that methanol can be assimilated source of carbon source of of carbon source. Microbe, Volume 3.

Bethesda, Maryland ' and NIH Research revealed Secrets of Last pathogens acetic acid bacterium, Granulibacter Bethesdensis..