Pacific Tuberculosis and Cancer Research

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The Pacific Tuberculosis and Cancer Research Organization provides the following resources for TB research.

***Functional genomics database***

For understanding gene functions and roles in various conditions, in particular, drug treatment, the user can access Mycobacterium tuberculosis microarray functional genomics database (click here).

***The latest literature***

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About tuberculosis (New Focus: TB Latency)
Tuberculosis, 21st century plague?
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Cancer, a deadly complication of civilization?
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Fear of epidemic of tuberculosis due to multi-drug resistant M. tuberculosis has prompted scientists to seek new drugs.
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New cancer chemotherapeutic agents are found while cancer cells become more malignant.
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Immunotherapy is now a new weapon against refractory tuberculosis.
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Cancer cannot possibly be completely cured unless with immunotherapy.
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Unraveling M. tuberculosis genome is a gigantic step toward fighting tuberculosis.
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cc_orng Cancer gene therapy
Gene therapy, a tantalizing approach to cancer treatment. There are such things known as cancer genes.
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** Latest Research and Development is updated every month. The next version is coming soon. **
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