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Exploiting Cancer Cell Vulnerabilities To Create More Effective Cancer Therapies

News   Jun 15, 2020 | Original story from the University of California, Irvine

 
Exploiting Cancer Cell Vulnerabilities To Create More Effective Cancer Therapies

This image depicts the APOBEC3A protein (yellow) attacking a DNA hairpin (white) to promote the deamination of the cytosine (bright orange) generating DNA mutations in the genome of the cancer cell. Credit: UCI School of Medicine

 
 
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