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Hypoxia and angiogenesis

​​​​Cancer Biology and Infection laboratory researchers study the mechanisms involved in the stability / degradation of mRNA of the HIF-1 protein. This protein is regulated by hypoxia in tumors rapidly proliferating. Because HIF-1 induces the transcription of the major gene for angiogenesis, VEGF, this study will contribute to a better understanding of the mechanisms of tumor angiogenesis and therapeutic applications in the treatment of cancer.

Published on 24 November 2011


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