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“Bloated” Cancer Cells May Have an Achilles' Heel

News   Jul 23, 2019 | Original story from Johns Hopkins

 
“Bloated” Cancer Cells May Have an Achilles' Heel

Aneuploid yeast cells on the left have difficulty drawing in fluorescent molecules. Whereas, the normal yeast cells on the right are able to rapidly draw them in. Credit: Rong Li and Hung-Ji Tsai

 
 
 

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