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Sean Brady and his colleagues explain that there is an urgent need for new drugs is to cope with microbes that shake the most powerful traditional antibiotics. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections, for example, are resistant to most antibiotics known. MRSA meets at least 280,000 people in the U.S. Alone each year, and nearly 20,000 of these patients die. The typical way of discovering new antibiotics involves identifying and growing new bacteria from soil and other environmental samples in culture dishes in the laboratory. That environmental treasure trove is the largest remaining potential source of new antibiotics. Researchers then analyze to see the bacteria, whether they are substances as antibiotics, as antibiotics, could kill But most other microbes. But most of the in the lab in nature in the laboratory to grow. Why Brady and his colleagues took a novel approach to this problem.

The study, which appears in the August 2004 issue of the journal Cancer Cell, that the presence of of a protein called PTEN in HER-2-positive patients, tumor cell a strong predictor of who will be respond about Herceptin. Normal cells that helps the PTEN protein control of cell division, HER – at about half of breast tumor PTEN is extremely low or the protein is missing completely. Such PTEN Missing tumors of not respond to Herceptin treatment of. – Our objective for permit practitioners quick and precise suited treating cancer to suit each patient, says Yu, Professor of Oncology and the study’s principal investigator. Tailored handling means each patient the medicines most to the benefits while simultaneously minimizing adverse effects. . ‘Our results show PTEN is a much strong predictor who will Herceptin react,’says Yu.

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