Oncologic

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Compounds that Selectively Induce Cancerous Cell Death in the G1 Phase of the Cell Cycle

 

Malignant melanoma is a cancer that is refractory to current chemotherapeutic treatments. Through the synthesis of a combinatorial library of potential...

Compounds That Selectively Induce Cancerous Cell Death in the G1 Phase of the Cell Cycle

 

Malignant melanoma is a cancer that is refractory to current chemotherapeutic treatments. The average survival time for patients is 6 months. This coupled with...

Powerful Biphosophonates for Treatment of Cancer, Bone Loss, and Infectious Disease

 

Although there are already a few existing compounds for use in the treatment of bone diseases, these new compounds may have efficacy exceeding that of current...

New Drugs for Malarial and Bacterial Infections

 

New anti-infectives are required now more than ever as resistance to existing drugs increases in prevalence. Enzymes unique to bacteria or parasites are potential...

Automated Cancer Detection and Tissue Classification

 

This portfolio focuses on the automated detection of two prevalent types of cancer: breast and prostate. Both types of cancer are very prevalent, impacting many...

Computed Pathology: Stain-Free Computational Imaging

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a method of stain-free chemical imaging to highlight the morphology and molecular content of biological...

Complex and Diverse Compounds from Abietic Acid

 

Dr. Paul Hergenrother from the University of Illinois has created a diverse compound screening library from the synthetic scaffold abietic acid.

Abietic...

Microfluidic Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Device for Epigenomic Analysis

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have created a process for the epigenomic analysis of single cells. This process combines the uses of single cell...

Highly Accelerated Image Reconstruction in Medical Imaging

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a state of the art method that can reconstruct images in better quality, in less time, with fewer scans...

Complete Blood Count via a Handheld Device

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a handheld device to provide a complete blood count at the point-of-care. Based on microfluidics and...

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