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Summary: Pablo Meyer and Ross Cagan discuss the main themes emerging from a recent workshop ‘Rethinking Cancer’, highlighting the key challenges faced by the research community and outlining potential strategies to promote translation of basic findings.


Summary: David Tuveson describes some of the key moments and breakthroughs in his remarkable career, and the path that he's followed in his quest for a cure for pancreatic cancer.


Summary: This Review provides a summary of the many varied uses of mouse models in breast cancer research focusing on their strengths, challenges and future directions.

Summary: This Review discusses the rodent resources that exist to map neurobehavioural traits at high resolution and identify causal variants and genes.


Editors' choice: HDAC3, p38 MAPK and ERK signaling are altered during differentiation of myogenic progenitors lacking emerin; pharmacological activation or inhibition of these signaling proteins rescues specific stages of myogenic differentiation.

Summary: Pro-tumourigenic crosstalk occurs between the p38 MAPK pathway and JAK signalling in a Drosophila model of myeloproliferative neoplasm.

Summary: Manipulating the PCP pathway may provide new approaches to treat damaged lung tissue.

Summary: Rational mouse model selection is crucial for identifying new therapeutic targets and screening medical interventions in acute pneumonitis and/or late fibrosis following thoracic irradiation.

Summary: Transport of oxodicarboxylic acid (ODC1) across the mitochondrial inner membrane is a potential target for the treatment of BTHS patients and other diseases caused by mitochondrial dysfunction.

Summary: The first systematic RDoc study of a disease mechanism proposes dopamine transporter DAT mutant rats as a model for drug development, targeting a hyperdopaminergic state.

Summary: CYFIP1 and FMRP interact antagonistically during neuromuscular junction growth in the fly and during new neuron differentiation in the olfactory bulb of the adult mouse.

Summary: Key pathogenic events in anterior segment dysgenesis, a congenital ocular disease with complex etiology, are recapitulated in a mouse model of Col4a1-related ASD.


Summary: Myotonic dystrophy muscle cell models displaying characteristic disease-associated molecular features can be used to investigate molecular pathophysiological mechanisms and evaluate therapeutic approaches.

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