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Disease Application

  • Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

Author

  • Eva Turley

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    The Key: RHAMM Helps Regulate Cell Migration

    Dr. Turley’s discovery of RHAMM evolved out of research into genetic links to cell migration, primarily because of the role this process plays in cancer metastasis. Her research uncovered proteins linked to the cell migratory process. One such protein, RHAMM, specifically was investigated for its role in regulating cell migration during fibrosis and other disease states.

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    RHAMM’s Big Advantage? It is Only Expressed During a Disease State

    One of the most critical benefits of RHAMM is that it is only produced during a disease state. Extensive laboratory research has demonstrated that RHAMM is not expressed in normal homeostatic tissue, but it is constantly expressed in diseases such as lung fibrosis. Therefore, targeting RHAMM can specifically block the disease process without affecting normal cell processes

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    Regulating RHAMM Could Dramatically Impact Lives of Patients with Lung Fibrosis

    RHAMM regulates white cell migration that is beneficial during wound repair and healing in the short term. However, in the long term, white cells are destructive, and can, for instance, lead to lung fibrosis. By targeting RHAMM with novel therapeutics, disease progression can be slowed – or even stopped – and the life-saving potential of this disease target can be realized.

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    • Author:Eva Turley
    • Disease:Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
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