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Octopus with starfish

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Curiosity Daily: Octopus Culture, Schizophrenia Origins, Killing Cancer

Learn about octopi forming communities, clues to the origins of schizophrenia, and a new compound giving researchers hope for fighting tough to treat cancers.

September 15, 2022

Octopus Culture

Schizophrenia Origins

Killing Cancer

  • “Promising Compound Kills Range Of Hard-To-Treat Cancers By Targeting A Previously Undiscovered Vulnerability” by UT Southwestern Medical Center
  • “Targeting LIPA independent of its lipase activity is a therapeutic strategy in solid tumors via induction of endoplasmic reticulum stress” by Xihui Liu, Suryavathi Viswanadhapalli, Shourya Kumar, Tae-Kyung Lee, Andrew Moore, Shihong Ma, Liping Chen, Michael Hsieh, Mengxing Li, Gangadhara R. Sareddy, Karla Parra, Eliot B. Blatt, Tanner C. Reese, Yuting Zhao, Annabel Chang, Hui Yan, Zhenming Xu, Uday P. Pratap, Zexuan Liu, Carlos M. Roggero, Zhenqiu Tan, Susan T. Weintraub, Yan Peng, Rajeshwar R. Tekmal, Carlos L. Arteaga, Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Ratna K. Vadlamudi, Jung-Mo Ahn & Ganesh V. Raj.
  • “Scientists Discover New Molecule That Kills Hard-to-Treat Cancers” By Amanda Siegfried

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