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B0027P0001

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A cat with a facial mass adjacent to the eye

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svmsvet | cat | eye | mass | cats | feline | felines | tumour | neoplasia | felinemass | felinelump | felinetumour | eyelidmass | eyelidtumour | eyelidlump | eyelidneoplasia | medialcanthus

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B0027P0001

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A cat with a facial mass adjacent to the eye

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svmsvet | cat | eye | mass | cats | feline | felines | tumour | neoplasia | felinemass | felinelump | felinetumour | eyelidmass | eyelidtumour | eyelidlump | eyelidneoplasia | medialcanthus

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B0027P0005

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An ulcerating mass on a cat

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svmsvet | cat | mass | lump | ulcerating | cats | feline | felines | tumour | ulceratedlump | ulceratedmass | ulcerated | scc | mastcelltumour | skinlump | skinmass | felinemass

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D0000P0449

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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D0000P0448

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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Renal Disease

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Professor Chris Pugh tells us about the links between genetics, renal disease and oxygen sensing. The kidney plays a central role in our metabolism, by controlling various physiological balances. Genetics plays an important role in renal disease since gene defects lead to all sorts of malfunctions. Prof. Chris Pugh is working on the oxygen sensing functions of the body; whilst these were discovered in the context of erythropoietin production the underlying system controls about 1000 genes. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

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tumour | oxygen | ischaemia and angiogenesis | hydroxylase | HIF | Physiology | tumour | oxygen | ischaemia and angiogenesis | hydroxylase | HIF | Physiology

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D0000P0447

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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D0000P0446

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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D0000P0445

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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Cancer and Protein Crystallography

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Professor Yvonne Jones talks about cell-cell communication and how this can help us develop new drugs. Prof. Yvonne Jones is director of the Cancer Research UK Receptor Structure Research Group. Her research focuses on the structural biology of cell surface recognition and signalling complexes. Receptors embedded in the surface are potential targets for therapeutic intervention in many diseases including cancer. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

protein-protein interaction | tumour immunology | signalling complexes | x-ray crystallography | structural biology | protein-protein interaction | tumour immunology | signalling complexes | x-ray crystallography | structural biology

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D0000P0449

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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D0000P0448

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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D0000P0447

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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Autophagy

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Dr Katja Simon tells us about her research on autophagy in red blood cells. Autophagy is the cellular process in which cells degrade their toxic waste and damaged organelles. Dr Katja Simon studies how the lack of autophagy seems to trigger DNA mutations and the development of leukemic cells. This might help us make better use of current therapies and develop new ones. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

cell death | tolerance | tumour immunity | autophagy | cell death | tolerance | tumour immunity | autophagy

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D0000P0446

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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D0000P0445

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9 yr old staffordshire bull terrier, femal entire, fine needle aspirate of mass on central back. Mast cell tumour.

Subjects

canine | dog | cytology | mastcell | mastcelltumour | tumour | fineneedleaspirate | fna | svmsvet

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Cancer and innate immunity

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Inflammatory signalling Dr Mads Gyrd-Hansen aims to elucidate fundamental mechanisms governing pro-inflammatory signalling during innate immune responses, and through this, to better understand how aberrant inflammatory signalling contributes to tumour development and cancer progression. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

mads gryd-hansen | cancer | innate immunity | tumour | mads gryd-hansen | cancer | innate immunity | tumour | 2014-01-07

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The lymphatic system in immunity and cancer

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Professor David Jackson tells us about the role of the lymphatic system in immunity and cancer. The lymphatic system is a network of vessels collecting the fluids leaked from the blood vasculature. Its filtering function makes it an ideal compartment for the immune system. It is also a pipeline for metastasizing tumour cells to spread to distant tissues. Professor David Jackson studies how leukocytes and tumour cells enter the lymphatic vessels from the surrounding tissues. Professor Jackson's research has the potential to help us better control the spread of tumours, block unwanted immune responses in autoimmune diseases, block tissue rejection and make vaccines more effective. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

lymph node | tumour | immunology | cancer | metastasis | lymphatic system | lymph node | tumour | immunology | cancer | metastasis | lymphatic system

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Cancer Immunlogy

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Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo tells us how research in immunology leads to the development of new cancer treatments. Immunotherapy stimulates the bodys immune system and can be a powerful treatment for cancer. With the aim of developing better treatment strategies for cancer patients, Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo is working to gain a better understanding of the cell-to-cell interplay required for optimal expansion and activation of tumour-specific T cell populations. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

cancer | immunotherapy | T cell | vaccines | adjuvants | tumour immunology | cancer | immunotherapy | T cell | vaccines | adjuvants | tumour immunology

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Cancer and regenerative medicine

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Professor Xin Lu talks about the links between cancer and regenerative medicine. Professor Xin Lu is the Director of the Oxford branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research. Her lab works toward identifying molecular mechanisms that suppress tumour growth and metastasis and focuses on understanding the factors that lead to uncontrollable cell growth. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

oncogene | reprogramming | regenerative medicine | cancer | tumour suppressor | oncogene | reprogramming | regenerative medicine | cancer | tumour suppressor

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Radiotherapy: What is it? How does it work? And how will it change?

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Radiotherapy has been going on since 1896, only months after the discovery of X-rays.  We will explore what it is, how it works, and examine the change from X-ray beams to particle guns. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

Physics | radiation | cancer | oncology | tumour | Physics | radiation | cancer | oncology | tumour | 2015-12-07

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Radiotherapy: What is it? How does it work? And how will it change?

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Radiotherapy has been going on since 1896, only months after the discovery of X-rays.  We will explore what it is, how it works, and examine the change from X-ray beams to particle guns. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

Physics | radiation | cancer | oncology | tumour | Physics | radiation | cancer | oncology | tumour | 2015-12-07

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Renal Disease

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Professor Chris Pugh tells us about the links between genetics, renal disease and oxygen sensing. The kidney plays a central role in our metabolism, by controlling various physiological balances. Genetics plays an important role in renal disease since gene defects lead to all sorts of malfunctions. Prof. Chris Pugh is working on the oxygen sensing functions of the body; whilst these were discovered in the context of erythropoietin production the underlying system controls about 1000 genes. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

tumour | oxygen | ischaemia and angiogenesis | hydroxylase | HIF | Physiology | tumour | oxygen | ischaemia and angiogenesis | hydroxylase | HIF | Physiology

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Cancer and Protein Crystallography

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Professor Yvonne Jones talks about cell-cell communication and how this can help us develop new drugs. Prof. Yvonne Jones is director of the Cancer Research UK Receptor Structure Research Group. Her research focuses on the structural biology of cell surface recognition and signalling complexes. Receptors embedded in the surface are potential targets for therapeutic intervention in many diseases including cancer. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

protein-protein interaction | tumour immunology | signalling complexes | x-ray crystallography | structural biology | protein-protein interaction | tumour immunology | signalling complexes | x-ray crystallography | structural biology

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Autophagy

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Dr Katja Simon tells us about her research on autophagy in red blood cells. Autophagy is the cellular process in which cells degrade their toxic waste and damaged organelles. Dr Katja Simon studies how the lack of autophagy seems to trigger DNA mutations and the development of leukemic cells. This might help us make better use of current therapies and develop new ones. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

cell death | tolerance | tumour immunity | autophagy | cell death | tolerance | tumour immunity | autophagy

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