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A New Way To Target Rapidly Dividing Breast Cancer Cells

News   Sep 10, 2020 | Original story from Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
A New Way To Target Rapidly Dividing Breast Cancer Cells

Cancer cells with excess centrosomes. DNA is shown in blue, and centrosomes are shown as green and red. Credit: Andrew Holland laboratory, Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
 
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