Researchers in the Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology and Duke Cancer Institute, Duke University, have identified a new cellular machinery to be responsible for k
A symposium celebrating the life and science of PCB Professor Patrick Casey was held at Duke-NUS on October 17, 2023.
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Don Fox’s lab has a long-standing interest in the biology of genome doubling (polyploidy).
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are involved in all important aspects of human physiology and have become prime targets for therapeutic intervention. Dr.
Our genome is enriched with parasites, also known as transposons, whose activation drives aging and causes diseases, such as cancer.
MCB MD/PhD student Christopher Bassil (Wood Lab) is among 12 trainees presenting their work in the Trainee Poster Session taking place March 30th as part of the School of Medicine's De
Drug discovered by scientists in the McDonnell laboratory approved by the FDA for use in patients with metastatic breast cancer
In 1996, while working in the laboratory of Donald McDonnell as graduate students, John Norris and Caroline Connor came up with the novel idea of developing drugs that