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Non-canonical Notch signaling pathway targeting cancer stem cells

Researchers in Prof. Bingwei Lu’s laboratory have identified a non-canonical Notch signaling pathway that could be used to preferentially target cancer stem cells. In this pathway, Notch interacts with PTEN-induced kinase 1 (PINK1) to influence mitochon...
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Manufacturing Method for Synthetic Gecko-Inspired Adhesives

Stanford researchers have developed a new manufacturing method for creating inexpensive, directional dry adhesive materials, suitable for applications such as climbing robots, human climbing and manufacturing applications. This method is more controllable...
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