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Tumor Cells: Drug Addiction Could Be Their Downfall

News   May 03, 2019 | Original story from the Babraham Institute

 
Tumor Cells: Drug Addiction Could Be Their Downfall

Gene amplification has been use by the cells as a mechanism to overcome MEK1/2 inhibition of growth. Red dots show the location of each chromosome's centromere. The clusters of green dots represent copies of the BRAF gene within a chromosome (green dots clustering around a single red dot). Credit: Matthew Sale, Babraham Institute

 
 
 

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