imOmics in Action

Revolutionary research on ionic and molecular fluxes and its real-world applications

NMT in Tumor Research


 This video is about how NMT can be used to explore the tumor microenvironment. Two papers by Wei M-F. et al, and Song L. et al, are briefly outlined and compared, to demonstrate how NMT proved to be an excellent tool for cancer research. The second paper was able to connect the fluxes measured by NMT to the time of cell death after treatment with photodynamic therapy. These results carved a path in the tumor microenvironment for future studies to use, opening up more possibilities for cancer treatment. Song L. et al. O2 and Ca2+ Fluxes as Indicators of Apoptosis Induced by Rose Bengal–Mediated Photodynamic Therapy in Human Oral Squamous Carcinoma Cells. Photomedicine and Laser Surgery. 2015 Wei M-F. et al. Autophagy promotes resistance to photodynamic therapy-induced apoptosis selectively in colorectal cancer stem-like cells. Autophagy. 2014

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