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Cancer Treatment Clue Hiding in Microscopic Molecular Machine

News   Feb 27, 2019 | Original story by Zachary Boehm for Florida State University

 
Cancer Treatment Clue Hiding in Microscopic Molecular Machine

Scientists hope that controlling the production of this tiny molecular machine provides new avenues for cancer treatment. Credit: FridoFoe

 
 
 

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