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New Biomarker for Personalized Treatments Against Cancer

News   Apr 17, 2019 | Original story from the Institute for Research in Biomedicine

 
New Biomarker for Personalized Treatments Against Cancer

Different localization of the proteins involved in apoptosis in basal (Ctrl) and upon death receptor induction with TRAIL. Credit: Saška Ivanova, IRB Barcelona.

 
 
 

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