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Finding Enzyme Family May Expose Dormant Cancer Cells

News   Jan 09, 2019 | Original story by UC San Diego

 
Errant Editing Enzyme Promotes Tumor Suppressor Loss and Leukemia Propagation

Three-dimensional culture of human breast cancer cells, with DNA stained blue and a protein in the cell surface membrane stained green. Image credit: National Institutes of Health

 
 
 

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