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AACR 2018 follow-up

April 2018 This year’s American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting, held from April 14th to 18th in Chicago, had a focus on “Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient...
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Spotlight on Uveal Melanoma: The UM CURE PROJECT

Uveal melanoma is a cancer (melanoma) of the eye occurring in the uvea (iris, ciliary body, and choroid) and arising from uveal melanocytes (pigment cells). The “UMCure2020” Uveal Melanoma (UM)...
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PamGene Posters at the Japanese Cancer Association Meeting

Dr. Tadashi Kondo and researchers from the National Cancer Center (NCC) presented posters with novel insights into therapeutic target discovery and strategy using PamGene data, at the 76th Annual meeting...
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Prognostic biomarkers for lung cancer

Dr. Stephan Arni and researchers at the University of Zurich, Switzerland have shown how kinomic profiling can be used to discover prognostic biomarkers in lung cancer, that could potentially provide...
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Download the AACR 2016 Poster on the Clinical efficacy of Sunitinib

Clinical efficacy of Sunitinib from blood samples of mRCC patients? Novel and interesting findings were presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) by...
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Kinase activity decreases with Alzheimer’s disease progression

Researchers from the Neuroscience Campus, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands have discovered that protein kinase activity decreases with progression of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) Pathology and is evident early...
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Innovative Toxicology Collaboration receives major funding

ZonMw in collaboration with the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) approved four projects for Eur 750,000, under Innovative Systems Toxicology for Alternatives to Animal Testing (InnoSysTox). The...
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A step closer to realizing personalized lung cancer treatment

A Dutch/German public-private consortium of PamGene, GenXpro and the University Medical Center Groningen has been awarded a research grant from the EU Eurostars-2 program for the Triple T project of...
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Which kinases phosphorylate peptides on the PamChip?

Kinase activity profiling with PamChip® peptide microarrays can be used to study signal transduction in lysates of cell lines and clinical samples. Peptides on the PamChip® arrays represent phospho-sites in...
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At AACR: Kinase activity profiling in thyroid and renal cancers: View our Posters

PamGene and it’s collaborators presented exciting posters at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (April 18th to 22nd, 2015). Session: Tuesday, Apr 21,...
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