Role of Cyclic AMP in Leukemias

October 7, 2016

In leukemias, cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) can play a role in cancer cell maturation and can be both pro- and antiapoptotic.

In some healthy tissues, intracellular accumulation of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) can trigger apoptosis. In leukemias, cAMP can play a role in cancer cell maturation and can be both pro- and antiapoptotic.

In this video, study author Alexandre Chigaev, PhD, a research associate professor at the University of New Mexico’s Center for Molecular Discovery, discusses research into the role of cAMP in leukemias. Click here to read more.