• The status of zinc in the development of hepatocellular cancer: An important, but neglected, clinically established relationship
  • Abrogating G<sub>2</sub>/M checkpoint through WEE1 inhibition in combination with chemotherapy as a promising therapeutic approach for mesothelioma
  • Synergistic inhibition of angiogenesis and glioma cell-induced angiogenesis by the combination of temozolomide and enediyne antibiotic lidamycin
  • Antibody-based tumor vascular theranostics targeting endosialin/TEM1 in a new mouse tumor vascular model
  • All-<i>trans</i>-retinoic acid antagonizes the hedgehog pathway by inducing patched

The status of zinc in the development of hepatocellular cancer: An important, but neglected, clinically established relationship

Leslie C Costello and Renty B Franklin

Abrogating G2/M checkpoint through WEE1 inhibition in combination with chemotherapy as a promising therapeutic approach for mesothelioma

Paola Indovina, Eleonora Marcelli, Domenico Di Marzo, Nadia Casini, Iris Maria Forte, Francesca Giorgi, Luigi Alfano, Francesca Pentimalli and Antonio Giordano

Synergistic inhibition of angiogenesis and glioma cell-induced angiogenesis by the combination of temozolomide and enediyne antibiotic lidamycin

Xing-qi Li, Zhi-gang Ouyang, Sheng-hua Zhang, Hong Liu, Yue Shang, Yi Li and Yong-su Zhen

Antibody-based tumor vascular theranostics targeting endosialin/TEM1 in a new mouse tumor vascular model

Chunsheng Li, Ann-Marie Chacko, Jia Hu, Kosei Hasegawa, Jennifer Swails, Luigi Grasso, Wafik S El-Deiry, Nicholas Nicolaides, Vladimir R Muzykantov, Chaitanya R Divgi and George Coukos

All-trans-retinoic acid antagonizes the hedgehog pathway by inducing patched

Alexander M Busch, Fabrizio Galimberti, Kristen E Nehls, Monic Roengvoraphoj, David Sekula, Bin Li, Yongli Guo, James DiRenzo, Steven N Fiering, Michael J Spinella, David J Robbins, Vincent A Memoli, Sarah J Freemantle and Ethan Dmitrovsky

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September 2014

Volume 15, Issue 9

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MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells display enhanced autophagy when treated with compound 8.12, an indole-based pharmacological inhibitor of isoprenylcysteine carboxylmethyltransferase (Icmt). The cells shown here express a form of autophagic marker LC3 that is tandem-tagged with mRFP and GFP; mature autophagolysosomes show up red as GFP fluorescence is quenched in the acidic environment, while mRFP fluorescence remains intact. For more information, see Lau et al.

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