A genome-wide search reveals a genetic survival pathway that is switched on in many of the most aggressive glioblastomas.
Researchers have developed a method for systematically screening cancer cells to detect genes likely to suppress metastasis.
HHMI researchers have uncovered a protein that stops the growth of melanoma.
New studies reveal that the cancer-promoting gene ras relies on 28 other genes to switch off the cell's programmed cell death pathway.
Promising evidence that the completed genome will yield new proteins involved in gene expression.