Focus on Molecular Therapeutics
Cancer cells misbehave by dividing and traveling to places they aren't supposed to go. A cell's DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) tells it what to do: a standard DNA sequence is well ordered and gives proper instructions. But when DNA is damaged, it can send out wrong information.
The Program provides a forum for discussion of new developments in cellular and molecular biology, with particular focus on cell cycle regulation, signal transduction, apoptosis and differentiation, as well as development of potentially novel therapeutic strategies within these foci.