Recent News: Research

Share
Print
and/or
288 News Items found
In the Lab
Structural biologist Stephen Long in his lab
High-Tech Microscope Reveals Inner Workings of Protein Assembly Machinery
Sloan Kettering Institute investigators have learned how Hedgehog proteins, which are important in both development and cancer, are assembled.
Human metastatic melanoma cells in a lymph node. ENPP1, a protein involved in immune evasion, is shown in green.
Taking the STING Out of Cancer: Discovery about How Cancer Cells Evade Immune Defenses Inspires New Treatment Approach
The research identifies a protein called ENPP1 as a potential drug target in the treatment of advanced cancers with chromosome instability.
Dana Pe'er, Chair of the Computational and Systems Biology Program at the Sloan Kettering Institute
Year in Review: Top 10 MSK Cancer Science Breakthroughs of 2020
Take a look back at some of the biggest cancer science stories from this past year.
Structure of an intermediate during the homologous recombination reaction.
Wielding Powerful Imaging Tools, MSK Researchers Decipher Process of DNA Repair
The high-resolution views provided by cryo-electron microscopy are helping scientists learn how proteins and DNA collaborate to repair broken DNA.
Nadeem Riaz (left) and Jorge Reis-Filho (right)
For People with Certain BRCA Mutations, Activating the Immune System Could Be Promising Treatment
Human data and results from mouse experiments suggest that people with BRCA2 mutations may respond well to immunotherapy drugs.
In the Lab
SKI cell biologists Junmei Yi and Xuejun Jiang
More Evidence that Cellular ‘Death by Iron’ Could Be Promising Avenue of Cancer Treatment
Cancers with certain mutations are vulnerable to ferroptosis, a form of iron-dependent cell death.
In the Lab
An illustration of a reel of film
Feature Presentation: 3D Movies of Cell Signaling in Early Development from the Hadjantonakis Lab
Grab your popcorn and pull up a chair for these video shorts of cell signaling in early mouse development.
In the Lab
MSK immunologist Ming Li.
MSK-led Studies Support the Concept of “Cancer Environment Immunotherapy”
Targeting the cancer environment, rather than the cancer itself, could be a new avenue for immunotherapy.
Q&A
MSK developmental biologist Lorenz Studer
Taking Aim at Parkinson’s Disease: A Conversation with Developmental Biologist Lorenz Studer
In an interview in September 2020, Dr. Studer spoke about what he hopes he and his fellow investigators can accomplish with this generous support.
Regulatory proteins (gold balls) bind to enhancer regions (light blue) and promoter regions (pink) of DNA to form clusters that enable transcription (purple).
Going the Distance: How DNA Enhancers Communicate with Their Target Genes
Scientists at the Sloan Kettering Institute are learning how far-flung regions of genes connect to start the process of making proteins.