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A New Molecular Target for Especially Aggressive Cancers

News   Apr 08, 2020 | Original story from the University of Geneva (UNIGE)

 
A New Molecular Target for Especially Aggressive Cancers

Three-dimensional lung (green) and tumors (red) and corresponding X-ray scans (black and white) at weeks 0, 6, and 12 after tumour onset (left: mouse with intact FKBP10; right: mouse with inhibition of FKBP10). At week 12, tumour growth is greatly reduced upon FKBP10 deletion. Credit: UNIGE Coppari/Collart labs

 
 
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