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About Prostate Cell News


Published every week since 2010, Prostate Cell News was Connexon Creative’s ninth online publication. By compiling the top scientific journal articles and news updates into one free, weekly newsletter, Prostate Cell News provides a convenient and reliable online resource for the global prostate cell research community. The Connexon Creative editorial team is dedicated to staying on top of the most current, relevant prostate cell research and science news with particular emphasis on prostate cancer cell research in both laboratory and clinical settings. Prostate Cell News saves scientists valuable time while keeping them informed in their field, facilitating the rapid exchange of cutting edge research updates and science news.


The Publications section of the newsletter features hand-selected scientific journal articles from high impact, peer reviewed academic and medical journals. Within this section, the Laboratory Research section highlights studies that examine the regulation, cellular differentiation, characterization and behavior of healthy and malignant prostate cells at the cell culture or model organism level. The Clinical Research section focuses on research into the diagnosis, progression and therapeutic treatment of the disease using patient-derived prostate cancer cells. Additionally, the Industry News section of Prostate Cell News features press releases covering technical and regulatory advances in prostate cancer diagnostics and treatment, as well as funding and award announcements from respected scientific institutions and organizations. Finally, the Events and Job sections of the newsletter keep readers informed of upcoming conferences and events as well as current job postings in the field of prostate cell research.


With a readership composed of laboratory and medical researchers, instructors and students, as well as professionals from the biotech and pharma industries interested in the prostate cancer cell research field, Prostate Cell News caters to a diverse international scientific audience. Scientists can also stay engaged with the prostate cell community through daily updates – follow us at @Prostate_Cell today! Finally, we also give researchers the opportunity to increase exposure to their work by submitting their recent publications, reviews, press releases, events and job postings to our editorial team for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue of Prostate Cell News.
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