Tag: abnormal methylation enzymes

Study about Wound Healing, Evolution of Cancer and War on Cancer

The impact of wounds on the progression and treatment of cancer is highlighted in this review. The goal of this review is to look into the process of wound healing and how it relates to cancer evolution and treatment. Proliferation and terminal differentiation (TD) of progenitor stem cells (PSCs),...
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Destabilization of Abnormal Methylation Enzymes as an Effective Therapeutic Strategy via Induction of Terminal Differentiation to Take Out Both Cancer Stem Cells and Cancer Cells

The goal of this research was to discover cancer medications that would kill both cancer stem cells (CSCs) and cancer cells, with a focus on CSCs because they were preventing traditional cancer treatments from working. The interaction of methylation enzymes with telomerase is a specific cancer cell defect. This...
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