The Effect of the Subcellular Localization of p21 in Cancer Treatment

Author: Janice Rateshwar Peer Reviewer: Sammer Marzouk Professional Reviewer: Sidra Tul Muntaha Introduction  Tumor suppressor proteins regulate normal cell proliferation and survival (Fabbro & Henderson, 2003). Namely, the tumor suppressor protein, p21, is known for its ability to mediate the cell cycle by inhibiting several cyclin and Cyclin-Dependent Kinase (cyclin Read more…

Biomarker Development for Sudden Unexplained Death in Epileptic Patients: Roles of Respiration, Lactate, and Neuroinflammation

NHSJS Reports Thomas Barbera Peer Reviewer: Sanya Jain Professional Reviewer: Dr. Misty D. Smith Abstract Sudden Unexplained Death in Epileptic Patients (SUDEP) is one of the leading causes of epilepsy related deaths.The risk of SUDEP in children with Dravet syndrome is estimated to be 15-fold greater than other childhood-onset epilepsies Read more…

The Effect of Exercise on Regulatory T Cell Populations in Rat Mammary Adenocarcinoma Tumor and Spleen Samples using Foxp3 and CD25

The Effect of Exercise on Regulatory T Cell Populations in Rat Mammary Adenocarcinoma Tumor and Spleen Samples using Foxp3 and CD25 Sharonya Battula ABSTRACT In healthy individuals, regulatory T cells (Tregs) suppress self-reactive lymphocytes to prevent autoimmune disease; however, in cancer patients, Tregs also serve a protumorigenic function, as their Read more…

Ewing Sarcoma

Ewing Sarcoma by¬†Mafalda von Alvensleben Ewing Sarcoma, though unbeknownst to most of the general population, is a type of pediatric cancer that affects the soft tissue or bone. Approximately 225 people in the United States are diagnosed with this disease each year, primarily those between the ages of ten and Read more…

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