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Scientists Crack the Chemical Code of Complex “Anti-tumor Antibiotic”

News   Apr 25, 2019 | Original story from the University of Lincoln

 
Scientists Crack the Chemical Code of Complex “Anti-tumor Antibiotic”

Image showing the chromoprotein on Kedarcidin, a complex 'anti-tumor' antibiotic which scientists have reproduced it synthetically in the lab for the first time. Credit: University of Lincoln

 
 
 

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