High Stress Hormone Levels Halt Mouse Fur Growth
High Stress Hormone Levels Halt Mouse Fur Growth
Corticosterone interferes with signaling in the skin that normally activates hair follicle stem cells, possibly explaining the link between stress and hair loss.
High Stress Hormone Levels Halt Mouse Fur Growth
High Stress Hormone Levels Halt Mouse Fur Growth

Corticosterone interferes with signaling in the skin that normally activates hair follicle stem cells, possibly explaining the link between stress and hair loss.

Corticosterone interferes with signaling in the skin that normally activates hair follicle stem cells, possibly explaining the link between stress and hair loss.

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New Understanding of Metastasis Could Lead to Better Treatments
New Understanding of Metastasis Could Lead to Better Treatments
Shawna Williams | Apr 1, 2021
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.
Surveillance Gaps: How Cancer Arises
Surveillance Gaps: How Cancer Arises
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Mar 15, 2021
Surveillance Gaps: How Cancer Arises
Performing Metabolomic and Functional Proteomic Analyses on a Heterogenous Cancer Cell Population
Performing Metabolomic and Functional Proteomic Analyses on a Heterogenous Cancer Cell Population
The Scientist Creative Services Team in Collaboration with IsoPlexis | Mar 1, 2021
A tumor metabolome panel identifies altered cell states that lead to drug tolerance.
Harnessing Single-Cell Multi-Omic Energy States for Integrated Cancer Biology
Harnessing Single-Cell Multi-Omic Energy States for Integrated Cancer Biology
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jan 20, 2021
Discover how scientists use multi-omic approaches to identify functional changes that lead to cancer cell drug resistance and devise new treatment strategies.
Nucleus Is Key to How Cells Sense Personal Space
Nucleus Is Key to How Cells Sense Personal Space
Abby Olena | Oct 15, 2020
In two independent studies, researchers find that the organelle is responsible for a switch that allows cells to start moving when they’re squeezed.
High Content Phenotypic Screening and Analysis Enhances Drug Discovery
High Content Phenotypic Screening and Analysis Enhances Drug Discovery
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 7, 2020
Molly Shoichet and Bridget Wagner discuss strategies for using phenotypic screening to identify novel agents against diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
p53 as an Immune System Modulator in Cancer
p53 as an Immune System Modulator in Cancer
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Sep 25, 2020
Best known as a cell cycle regulator, p53 signaling mediates pro and anti-cancer immune responses as well
How Cancer Evades the Immune System
How Cancer Evades the Immune System
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 31, 2020
Presenters in this webinar will discuss how cancer not only evades the immune system, but also co-opts it to promote tumor growth.
A Multi-omics Approach to Overcome Solid Tumor Drug Resistance
A Multi-omics Approach to Overcome Solid Tumor Drug Resistance
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 4, 2020
Download this research summary to learn about how single-cell proteomics and metabolomics methods unlock drug resistance mechanisms!