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URO TODAY: The WASF3 protein plays a critical role in the progression of prostate cancer and is a potential target to control tumorigenicity and metastasis. READ MORE>

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URO TODAY: Increased expression of a protein called vascular endothelial growth factor-C (VEGF-C) protects some prostate cancer cells from treatment and boosts tumour recurrence and spread, Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered. READ MORE>

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NZ HERALD: Otago University biomedical researchers have been awarded a $950,000 Health Research Council Grant for a three-year project to investigate the likely role of a protein, activin C, in promoting prostate cancer growth. READ MORE>

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OTAGO DAILY TIMES: A protein found in the prostate gland could hold the key to developing a more accurate screening test for prostate disease, University of Otago researchers say. READ MORE>

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JUNE 19: PHYSORG.COM:  A new study shows that an alpha-particle emitting radiopeptide—radioactive material bound to a synthetic peptide, a component of protein—is effective for treating prostate cancer in mice, according to researchers. READ MORE>

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MAY 24: NEWS SCIENCE:  A cleaved form of galectin-3 may be a marker for prostate cancer progression, US researchers report in the April, 2009 , issue of The American Journal of Pathology. READ MORE>

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MAY 21: MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA:  A protein that helps regulate expression of androgen receptors could prove a new focal point for staging and treating testosterone-fuelled prostate cancer, say Medical College of Georgia researchers. Levels of the protein, βarrestin2, are lower in some prostate cancer cells than in normal prostate cells while expression of testosterone-fed androgen receptors is higher, they report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Online Early Edition this week. READ MORE>

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