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Copper-binding Protein Helps Cancer Cells Spread

News   Mar 10, 2020 | Original story from Chalmers University of Technology

 
Copper-binding Protein Helps Cancer Cells Spread

The copper-transporting protein Atox1 (illustrated in white) delivers copper (blue) to an enzyme which facilitates breast cancer cells to migrate away from the primary tumor (red) and metastasize towards other parts of the body. Illustration credit: Boid

 
 
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