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Cari Jones, M.S.

Reprogramming Cancer Cells: Molecular Players 

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medical illustration of This piece illustrates the relationship between key molecules in a current topic of oncology research: the interaction between the heterodimeric transcription factor HIF-1, which mediates cells' adaptive response to reduced oxygen availability, and Pyruvate Kinates M2, which interacts with HIF-1 to stimulate binding of HIF-1 at target genes in the nucleus of cancer cells.
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Accurate Woodpecker Skull Model - 3D

This piece illustrates the relationship between key molecules in a current topic of oncology research: the interaction between the heterodimeric transcription factor HIF-1, which mediates cells' adaptive response to reduced oxygen availability, and Pyruvate Kinates M2, which interacts with HIF-1 to stimulate binding of HIF-1 at target genes in the nucleus of cancer cells.

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