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Endosomal Sorting Complex Required for Transport (ESCRT): Investigation of the role in acquired drug resistance in colon cancer

  Research Group: Institute of Cancer Therapeutics
Despite treatment advances, one of the most common cancers, colorectal cancer (CRC), still has a 45% mortality rate, and one of the major problems is the build-up of resistance to cancer drugs during treatment (‘acquired resistance’) such that over time the drugs stop working. Read more

The complex roles of extracellular vesicles in the response to therapeutic agents and acquired drug resistance

Among the fundamental properties of cancer cells is they manufacture and release abnormally high levels of small vesicles. Most of these originate within multivesicular endosomes, which traffic and release pre-formed nano-vesicles into the pericellular space. Read more

Bacterial lipopolysaccharide transport and novel drug development

Bacterial drug resistance is becoming one of greatest threats to human health. Especially, Gram-negative bacteria are more difficult to control, as they have an additional membrane, the outer membrane, which is essential for the bacterial survive and drug resistance. Read more

Investigating the Role of the Methyl Citrate Cycle in Mycobacterial Energy Metabolism and Potential Value as a Novel Target for Antimicrobial Inhibition

Tuberculosis (TB), caused by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex, is a disease of global importance1. TB remains the leading cause of death from any single infectious pathogen, and despite control efforts, there is rising incidence of multi-drug resistance (MDR). Read more

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