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The Key to a Common Cancer Pathway

News   Mar 19, 2019 | Original story from University of Wisconsin–Madison

 
The Key to a Common Cancer Pathway

The molecular pathway for the protein p53, commonly associated with many cancers, is illuminated in this micrograph. The p53 - PIP2 complex is shown in red, DNA in blue, and the cell nucleus membrane in green. Unraveling the p53 - PIP2 pathway may lead to new therapies. Credit: Richard A. Anderson/UW-Madison

 
 
 

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