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100 Years on the "WarBurg Effect" Proves Fundamental in Cancer

News   Feb 22, 2017 | Original story from Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien

 
100 Years on the "WarBurg Effect" Proves Fundamental in Cancer

Richard Moriggl and his team identified activation of the leukemia factor STAT5 being connected to the modified metabolism of cancer cells. (Photo: Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft)

 
 
 

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