|Genetic cause of glioblastoma pinpointed|
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) have discovered that some cases of glioblastoma are caused by the fusion of two adjacent genes. The study also found that drugs that target the protein produced by this genetic aberration can dramatically slow the growth of glioblastomas in mice. An italian researcher, Antonio Iavarone, directed the research. To read the abstract click here
Make a donation
Support ISSNAF programs and operations.
Donations to ISSNAF are tax deductible.
Find out who works in your area of expertise or geographic area. ISSNAF Database Search engine allows you to easily view and export contact selections.
Long and short term mentorships aimed at supporting under-40 ISSNAF affiliates in their career choices and professional growth.
Send us your texts, videos or podcasts to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register in the ISSNAF Roster of Reviewers of the Italian Ministry of Health Bando Ricerca Finalizzata 2011/12