Tyler Jacks

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Name: Tyler Jacks
First reported Apr 07 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 3 reports

Combination therapy with MEK and BRAF inhibitors for anaplastic thyroid cancer proves effective

Researchers from the Jacks Laboratory at MIT's Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research (KI) have developed and characterized a genetically engineered mouse that successfully models progression from papillary thyroid cancer , which has an excellent ... [Published News-Medical.Net - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Mar 30 2014 - Updated Mar 31 2014 - 1 reports

Erasing a genetic mutation

Using a new gene-editing system based on bacterial proteins, MIT researchers have cured mice of a rare liver disorder caused by a single genetic mutation. The findings, described in the March 30 issue of Nature Biotechnology, offer the first evidence ... [Published MIT News feed - Mar 30 2014]
First reported Mar 27 2014 - Updated Mar 28 2014 - 2 reports

Tgen professor to receive 2014 Hope Funds Award for developing numerous cancer treatments

Dr. Daniel D. Von Hoff, who has been instrumental in developing numerous new cancer treatments, is among this year's recipients of the Award of Excellence from the Hope Funds for Cancer Research.Dr. Von Hoff, M.D., FACP, who is Physician-In-Chief and ... [Published News-Medical.Net - Mar 28 2014]
First reported Mar 17 2014 - Updated Mar 17 2014 - 1 reports

Findings reveal potential drug targets for small cell lung cancer

Cancer cells undergo extensive genetic alterations as they grow and spread through the body. Some of these mutations, known as "drivers," help spur cells to grow out of control, while others ("passengers") are merely along for the ride.MIT cancer biologists ... [Published News-Medical.Net - Mar 17 2014]
First reported Mar 13 2014 - Updated Mar 13 2014 - 2 reports

New view of tumors’ evolution

Cancer cells undergo extensive genetic alterations as they grow and spread through the body. Some of these mutations, known as “drivers,” help spur cells to grow out of control, while others (“passengers”) are merely along for the ride.MIT cancer biologists ... [Published MIT News feed - Mar 13 2014]

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Mouse model of anaplastic thyroid cancer [Medic... [Published PNAS - Apr 08 2014]
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Erasing a genetic mutation [Published MIT News feed - Mar 30 2014]
Tgen professor to receive 2014 Hope Funds Award... [Published News-Medical.Net - Mar 28 2014]
TGen and Scottsdale Healthcare cancer expert Dr... [Published Bio-Medicine - Mar 27 2014]
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Erasing a genetic mutation [Published MIT News feed - Mar 30 2014]
Using a new gene-editing system based on bacterial proteins, MIT researchers have cured mice of a rare liver disorder caused by a single genetic mutation. The findings, described in the March 30 issue of Nature Biotechnology, offer the first evidence ...
New view of tumors’ evolution [Published MIT News feed - Mar 13 2014]
Cancer cells undergo extensive genetic alterations as they grow and spread through the body. Some of these mutations, known as “drivers,” help spur cells to grow out of control, while others (“passengers”) are merely along for the ride.MIT cancer biologists ...
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