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Call for papers – Precision Oncology

We are pleased to announce a new cross-journal thematic series on ‘Precision Oncology’ across a number of BMC journals within the oncology portfolio to help bring together the latest research on precision oncology.

The thematic series is now open for submission of original research and review articles (click on image above for more).

Featured review: BORIS: a key regulator of cancer stemness

This article by Soltanian & Dehghani comprehensive review on contradictory views on the expression pattern and biological function of BORIS in normal, as well as cancer cells/tissues, and presents some evidence that support the expression of BORIS in cancer stem cells (CSCs) and advanced stage/poorer differentiation grade of cancers. 

Aims and scope

Cancer Cell International publishes articles on all aspects of cancer cell biology, originating largely from, but not limited to, work using cell culture techniques.

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Domenico Coppola, Moffitt Cancer Center, USA

Associate Editor spotlight

Matteo FassanGeorge Blanck

Dr. Blanck received his doctoral degree at Columbia University, followed by postdoctoral work at Harvard University and the University of Paris VI.  Dr. Blanck is currently a professor in the Molecular Medicine department at the Morsani College of Medicine at the University of South Florida in Tampa, and has a courtesy appointment at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Blanck’s research topics include immuno-genomics, cytoskeletal genomics, and feed-forward apoptosis mechanisms.

Editorial Board spotlight

Sritama NathCarlos Sonnenschein

Dr. Carlos Sonnenschein is Professor of Immunology at Tufts University School of Medicine. For over four decades, his research has centered on a) the control of cell proliferation by estrogens and androgens, b) the impact of endocrine disruptors on organogenesis and reproductive function and c) carcinogenesis during early development and adult life with especial emphasis on the role of stroma/epithelial interactions on carcinogenesis.

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