Described in a recent issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the DNA nanotrain is a three-dimensional structure composed of short strands of DNA tethered together into one long train.
A three-year study conducted by University of Florida researchers, a first of its kind, will explore differences in morbidity, quality of life and survival among groups of culturally diverse black men with prostate cancer.
UF researchers have helped identify the underlying cause of a genetically derived, potentially fatal reaction to an anti-HIV medication, and have begun creating a less dangerous form of the drug.
Cancer treatment at Shands at the University of Florida is recognized among the nation’s best in the 2012-2013 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals rankings, which were released July [...]
Cancer Center researchers have developed a genetically-modified form of a meek microbe that deals a gutsy blow to colon cancer and has the potential to curb other immune disorders.
STOP! Children’s Cancer, Inc. donates $1 million to UF&Shands to support national clinical trials that provide the newest, cutting-edge cancer treatments to children with cancer.