Salmonella (pink) invading a human epithelial cell (yellow)
Modified Salmonella Revs Immune Response, Combats Tumors in Mice
When coated with positively charged particles, the bacteria shuttled antigens out of tumors and activated the immune system, a study finds.
Modified Salmonella Revs Immune Response, Combats Tumors in Mice
Modified Salmonella Revs Immune Response, Combats Tumors in Mice

When coated with positively charged particles, the bacteria shuttled antigens out of tumors and activated the immune system, a study finds.

When coated with positively charged particles, the bacteria shuttled antigens out of tumors and activated the immune system, a study finds.

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September 21, 2021 - Winning Westerns Technique Talk: Perfecting Western Blotting
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with MilliporeSigma | Aug 23, 2021
Learn tips and tricks for optimizing Western blot experiments in this workshop.
Infographic: Steps in Cancer Metastasis
Shawna Williams | Apr 1, 2021
It’s now thought that in many cases, cancer cells disseminate from the primary tumor site early on and lie dormant for long periods rather than only venturing out from primary tumors at an advanced stage.
New Understanding of Metastasis Could Lead to Better Treatments
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Recent insights, such as the recognition that disseminated cancer cells can lie dormant for years before seeding secondary tumors, suggest novel strategies for fighting metastatic disease.
Biochemist Stanley Cohen Dies
Catherine Offord | Feb 10, 2020
The Vanderbilt University professor was awarded a Nobel Prize for his discovery of epidermal growth factor.
Next Generation: Smoking Out Cancer
Sabrina Richards | Jul 17, 2013
Researchers analyze smoke generated during surgical tumor removal to distinguish healthy and diseased tissues in real time.