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Structure of Amino Acid Transporter Involved in Cancer Revealed

News   Jun 07, 2018 | Original story from University of Groningen

 
Structure of Amino Acid Transporter Involved in Cancer Revealed

This is an image of the University of Groningen scientists involved in the study -- left to right, standing: D.J. Slotboom, A. Guskov, A.A. Garaeva, C. Paulino -- seated: G.T. Oostergetel. Credit: University of Groningen

 
 
 

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