Exploring Why Protein Production Goes Haywire in Cancer

News   Jan 31, 2017 | Original story from The Rockefeller University

 
Exploring Why Protein Production Goes Haywire in Cancer

To examine how the production of protein can shift as cells become malignant, the researchers first primed mouse skin to express a molecule (green) common in tumors. Credit: The Rockefeller University

 
 
 
 

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