The p53 Pathway in Cancer and Potential Therapeutic Applications

15th October 2021.  Roger Leng, University of Alberta, Canada

The p53 Pathway in Cancer and Potential Therapeutic Applications

Roger Leng of the University of Alberta, Canada will give a talk at 5.00 pm on the 15th of October on The p53 Pathway in Cancer and Potential Therapeutic Applications. The talk will be available online at the following link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvd-6rqDsiHdLi_lePKKy1lhKBQW7VY8DB

The seminar poster that can be downloaded here. All College students are invited to attend, especially undergraduates and postgraduates reading Biology, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Medicine and PhD students engaged in research projects in the biomedical area.

Abstract
The seminar will offer background information about the p53 and ubiquitin-proteasome pathways and will next cover the speaker's own research on p53-tumors and the regulation of the activity of members of p53 protein members inside the cells regulation. Finally the seminar will offer an outline of the author's future programmes of research in the p53 field.

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Brown/black staining of prostate cancer cells with an anti-p53 antibody (PreproTech) demonstrates the predominat nuclear localisation of the protein (darker staining).

 

 

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