Karen Hubbard, PhD, is a professor and the Chair of Biology Department at the City College of New York. Dr. Hubbard is a molecular biologist who studies gene expressions during cellular aging. Her research focuses on RNA metabolism during aging and the relationship between cell apoptosis and aging. She is director of the partnership program with the Memorial Sloan Kettering.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesSpatial Heterogeneity Analysis in Evaluation of Cell Viability and Apoptosis for Colorectal Cancer Cells
In evaluation of cell viability and apoptosis, spatial heterogeneity is quantified for cancerous cells cultured in 3D in-vitro cell-based assays under the impact of anti-cancer agents. In 48-hour experiments using human colorectal cancer cell lines of HCT-116, SW-620 and SW-480,... Read more
Posted on 14 JUN 2016