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Welcome Dr Åsa Rosenquist

A few years ago, when west Africa was plagued by an devastating Ebola outbreak, we tried out our protein inhibitors on the Ebola virus. We were delighted when we realized we’d found a group of substances that not only effectively killed the the Ebola virus, but also a... read more

Congratulations Saeed Eshtad, PhD!

The Helleday lab wishes to congratulate Saeed Eshtad on a successful thesis defence on Monday February 13th! Saeeds’s thesis is called “Targeting DNA repair pathways for cancer therapy” and the aim of the thesis was to identify and understand if factors important in... read more

The drugs of the future will target DNA repair

Keeping up the intact DNA is vital for all organisms, and life as we know of it would not exist. Now, we know it is not black or white, but that DNA damage can also lead to imperfection leading to various diseases. Ageing is an example of a process that will damage... read more

When and why MTH1?

Why do cancer cells need the MTH1 protein for growing and spreading throughout the body? A new study lead by scientists from the Helleday laboratory at Karolinska Institutet together with colleagues from Stockholms University and the Heinrich-Heine University in... read more

Mary-Claire King visits Helleday Laboratory

Mary-Claire King visits Helleday Laboratory Lasker award winner, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and discoverer of BRCA1 Mary-Claire King visited Stockholm to give a Nobel Forum lecture. Mary-Claire King, PhD, is American Cancer Society Professor at the University of... read more

New cancer treatment in a nutshell


Sanjiv Kumar is one of the researchers who published an article in Cell Report about a new treatment for cancer. The new treatment is a combination of the two inhibitors. The inhibitors strike the respective proteins in the same signaling pathway. Today the two... read more
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