Cancer cells, on the other hand, ignore our immune system cell death signals. Finding a way to stop this is the Grail of cancer research.Prof Koumenis did just this by homing in on ATF4 in human bowel, breast and lymphoma cells grown in the lab and rodents genetically engineered to develop lymphoma.For years scientists have been trying in vain to target a gene called MYC. It known to drive cell growth and allow cancer to take over if it mutated or over expressed.Now Prof Koumenis, an oncologist at Pennsylvania University, and colleagues have found ATF4 controls a chemical pathway that works in tandem with the gene.Stopping it in its tracks causes cancer cells to produce too much protein and die, say the researchers.The findings published in Nature Cell Biology could open the door to a completely fresh approach.Ditch the burgers! People who eat more red meat are likely to DIE young Inhibitors that cease production of ATF4 (activating transcription factor 4) already exist.”We also working to confirm this approach will not cause any serious off target effects.”Normal versions of MYC control healthy cell growth.
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Miceli’s Deli: When it opened in 1981, Lou Miceli’s place was strictly a grocery store and deli, and he made sausages in house. As the neighborhood changed, demand changed, and in 2006 Miceli decided to promote his cooking ability. “I took out a grocery aisle and put in three tables,” he says.