Non-Small Lung Cancer After Cisplatin Treatment
|Title:||Non-Small Lung Cancer After Cisplatin Treatment|
H460 non-small cell lung cancer cells were exposed to the antitumor drug, cisplatin after autophagy inhibition. The image shows the H460 cells (in green) showing changed staining intensity after inhibition of autophagy. The small bright green bodies are likely to be micronuclei. Autophagy represents a response to chemotherapy and radiation that may be one component of resistance to therapy.
This image was originally submitted as part of the 2016 NCI Cancer Close Up project.
This image is part of the NCI Cancer Close Up 2016 collection.
See also visualsonline.cancer.gov/closeup2016.
Cancer Types -- Lung Cancer
Cells or Tissue -- Abnormal Cells or Tissue
|Type:||Color, Photo (JPEG format)|
|Source:||National Cancer Institute \ Massey Cancer Center at Virginia Commonwealth Univ.|
|Creator:||David A. Gewirtz, Tareq Saleh|
|Date Created:||September 2015|
|Date Added:||April 11, 2016|
|Reuse Restrictions:||None - This image is in the public domain and can be freely reused. Please credit the source and, where possible, the creator listed above.|