Video 38: Scott Lowe, clip 4

Scott Lowe is a professor at the Watson School of Biological Sciences. He works on natural defense systems against cancer.

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The importance of cell death in cancer.

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16805. Video 38: Scott Lowe, clip 5

How do the cell death proteins interact?

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16801. Video 38: Scott Lowe, clip 1

How does p53, a tumor-suppressor gene, affect cell death?

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16802. Video 38: Scott Lowe, clip 2

The role of p53 in chemo- and radiotherapy given its role in programmed cell death.

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16809. Biography 38: Scott William Lowe (1963 - )

Scott Lowe's research has shown how the regulation of the cell cycle affect cancer.

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960. Causes, Smoking: p53

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16784. Animation 38: Development balances cell growth and death.

Leland Hartwell describes how cells regulate the timing of growth and cell division. Bob Horvitz and Mike Hengartner explain control mechanisms for cell death.

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16793. Gallery 38: Scott Lowe (1)

How he ended up in Bob Horvitz's lab working on cell death.

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954. Causes, Smoking, all sections

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969. Causes, Inheritance

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