Kinase Test May Yield Big Gains for Drug-Resistant Cancers

December 05, 2020

A UNC research team, led by Gary Johnson, PhD, has developed a test that can measure both the presence and activity of 60-70 percent of all kinases simultaneously, allowing investigators to see how cancers evade treatment with kinase inhibitors so that they can combine drugs to block resistance. Read more at http://news.unchealthcare.org/news/2012/april/kinase-test-may-yield-big-gains-for-drug-resistant-cancers



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