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Growing without cell division
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - An international team of scientists, including biologists from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, may have pinpointed for the first time the mechanism responsible for cell polyploidy, a state in which cells contain more than 2 paired sets of chromosomes.
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Chapel Hill’s big running event to benefit UNC Lineberger
Wells Fargo Tar Heel 10 miler and Fleet Feet 4+ mile run take place April 21, 2012
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Study links chemotherapy response to heritable factors
Findings guide future research on chemotherapy resistance
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UNC scientists offer first evidence of using biologically targeted nanoparticles to boost radiation therapy effects
Chapel Hill - Making a tumor more sensitive to radiotherapy is a primary goal of combining chemo and radiation therapy to treat many types of cancer, but with the chemotherapy drugs come unwanted side effects.
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UNC scientist receives grant to identify biomarkers for breast cancer recurrence risk
Chapel Hill - A UNC scientist was awarded one of seven grants presented by the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer at their seventh annual event in Charlotte, NC.
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Multidisciplinary research urged for optimal melanoma surgery
UNC surgical oncologist co-authors Lancet editorial
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Morning UV exposure may be less damaging to the skin
CHAPEL HILL – Research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill suggests that the timing of exposure to UV rays – early in the morning or later in the afternoon – can influence the onset of skin cancer.
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Study confirms males and females have at least one thing in common: upregulating X
Cellular “mathematics” help equalize X chromosome gene expression
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UNC cancer researcher awarded top V Scholar ranking
The V Foundation for Cancer Research announced this week that Greg Wang, PhD, has been awarded the Martin D. Abeloff, MD, V Scholar Award. This award goes to the research project that receives the highest rating from the V Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Board. Wang was tied with Hongwu Zheng, PhD, of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory for this honor and is the 10th V Scholar from UNC Lineberger.
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Allbritton talks about studying cells
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