170 Potential Lung Cancer Drug Targets Identified Using Unique Cellular Library

News   Apr 23, 2018 | Original story from UT Southwestern Medical Center

 
170 Potential Lung Cancer Drug Targets Identified Using Unique Cellular Library

From left, Dr. Bruce Posner, Dr. Michael Roth, Dr. Michael Peyton, and Dr. John Minna were part of the team scientists who identified 170 chemicals for potential new targets to develop drugs to treat lung cancer. Credit: UT Southwestern Medical Center.

 
 
 

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