Not sure if near-infrared fluorescence imaging is right for your research? Wondering what quantitative Western blotting or quantitative cell signaling is – or how these techniques may help you in your cancer research?
Listen to this 30-min webinar and you will get a great overview of near-infrared techniques and applications, references, and data using this technology in cancer research.
Self-sufficiency in growth signals is one of the six hallmarks of cancer cells that Dr Amy Geschwender will discuss in this webinar. This hallmark generally happens when the normal growth signals from tissues and other cells are either not received or needed by the self-sufficient cells. These cells either produce growth hormones or appear to inherently possess a growth stimulus to drive uncontrolled cell division.
Figure 1. Acquired HKI-272 resistance in PC9 NSCLC cells. Dose-dependent growth inhibition of PC9 cells and HKI-272 resistant cells, measured by DNA staining with Odyssey Infrared Imager. Reprinted with permission from Mol Cancer Ther. 7(4); 874-9 (2008)
So sit back, relax, and enjoy listening to this informative webinar!