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Small-Molecule Inhibitors of Gli Function

Researchers in Dr. James Chen’s lab at Stanford have discovered novel Hedgehog (Hh) pathway inhibitors that may serve as anti-cancer therapeutics. The Hh pathway plays a critical role in patterning, homeostasis, and oncogenic transformation of multiple...
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Device to Reduce Head Injury Risk

Stanford researchers at the Camarillo Lab have proposed protective headgear for reducing the risk of mild traumatic head injury (concussion) while not increasing the risk of more severe head injuries (including skull fracture and cervical/spine injury). ...
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