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The Tumor Angiogenesis and Vascular Biology Lab is studying a promising dopamine-based individualized therapy for patients with lung cancer.
Dr. Mukhopadhyay's lab analyzes how the GIPC protein affects tumor growth and metastasis to design new personalized therapies for patients with cancer.
The lab is developing strategies to target specific VEGF-independent pathways that allow renal cell tumors to evade anti-VEGF therapy.
The Tumor Angiogenesis and Vascular Biology Lab studies a region of the FIH enzyme responsible for FIH transcriptional activity in renal cancer.
The lab uses NRP1-deficient transgenic mouse lines and animal models to address the functional role of NRP1 in cardiovascular diseases.
The lab uses powerful tools to explore VEGF-mediated molecular mechanisms and their roles in vascular permeability and related diseases.
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