DOD-BCRP 2003-2006Breast Cancer Project in the News:
|Knowles presents a new image analysis technique for breast cancer research. Philidelphia, June 8-11, Knowles presents at Era of Hope. The meeting, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program, has the second largest funding agency for breast cancer research in the country.|
|March 6, 2006
New cell imaging method identifies aggressive cancer cells early
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Fluorescence that illuminates a specific protein within a cell's nucleus may be a key to identifying cancer virulence and to developing individualized treatment, according to researchers at Purdue University and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
|Berkeley Lab Making a Difference:
Scientists Pave Way for Early Cancer Detection
By Dan Krotz
A diagnostic test that exposes the first inkling of cancer in a cell’s nucleus could someday become a reality, thanks to a team of Berkeley Lab and Purdue University scientists who developed a way to automatically map the three-dimensional distribution of proteins within the nuclei of human mammary cells.