Targeting DAPK1-ZIPK reduces adaptive response to BRAF inhibition in melanoma cells
Nov. 23, 2022
Subpopulation of senescent-like cells are known contributors to acquiring drug resistance in cancer. Potential therapies are increasingly being developed with designs to reduce the proportion of slowly dividing cells rather than to kill hyperproliferative cells. Insufficient RNA-binding protein HuR/ELAVL1 levels are known to cause cell senescence, while increased HuR is associated with proliferation.