Measuring Heart Toxicity of Cancer Drugs

News   Mar 24, 2017 | Original story from NCI

 
Measuring Heart Toxicity of Cancer Drugs

A stem cell-derived heart muscle cell. Proteins that are important for muscle cell contraction are highlighted in red and green, and cell nuclei are blue. Credit: Joseph C. Wu, M.D., Ph.D., Stanford Cardiovascular Institute

 
 
 

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