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Cell "Protein Shredder" Helps Fight Cancer

News   Mar 25, 2020 | Original story from the University of Bonn

 
Cell "Protein Shredder" Helps Fight Cancer

Numerous synthesis steps have to be carried out until a PROTAC molecule is produced (in the background). Prof. Dr. Michael Gütschow (left) and Christian Steinebach (right) from the Pharmaceutical Institute at the University of Bonn discussing the data. Credit: Barbara Frommann/Uni Bonn

 
 
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