Articles tagged with: Proteomics

Clearing a path for better cancer treatments

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 15 September 2015

Clearing a path for better cancer treatments

Our researchers have a collaborative study published in Nature Communications on a new computational method to study biological signalling networks in healthy and cancer cells.

The method studies targets and effects of cancer drugs and ultimately could be used to routinely identify the best drug to treat patients...

Understanding cancer’s “social network”: kinase signalling

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 17 June 2015

Understanding cancer’s “social network”: kinase signalling

Dr Pedro Cutillas’ group in the Centre for Haemato-Oncology has published a new study in PNAS on the complexity of cell signalling.

Using a technique called mass spectrometry, the group used studied how proteins talk to one another in networks, and how this changed when cells were treated with targeted therapies...

Gathering in-depth knowledge of cell signals to help us choose the right cancer drugs – new grants

Posted in Grants & Awards Published by Zoe Leech 04 March 2015

Gathering in-depth knowledge of cell signals to help us choose the right cancer drugs – new grants

Dr Pedro Cutillas in the Centre for Haemato-Oncology has been awarded two new grants from the BBSRC and Barts Charity.

The group will create a database of cell responses to drugs, which will in turn be used to improve cancer treatment by matching these cancer-specific responses to the most suitable drugs...

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