Cell Division and Cancer

Cell Division and Cancer research focuses on understanding the fundamental processes that drive the uncontrolled growth and spread of cancer cells. Cancer cells often have genetic changes that cause them to divide and grow more rapidly than normal cells.

Studying the molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in cell division and how they are altered in cancer cells is essential for developing new and effective treatments. This research involves exploring the signaling pathways that regulate cell division and the genes that control these pathways, with the goal of identifying new targets for therapeutic intervention. By gaining a deeper understanding of the biology of cell division, researchers at CRTOH aim to develop more targeted and effective treatments for cancer.

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