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A Sweet Surprise: Targeting Sugar-coated Proteins to Treat Pancreatitis

News   Jun 20, 2019 | by Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne, Science Writer, Technology Networks

 
A Sweet Surprise: Targeting Sugar-coated Proteins to Treat Pancreatitis

Pancreatic lineage immunofluorescence (IF) of the whole body, R;F CA19-9 mouse model. Credit: CSHL

Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne

Senior Science Writer

 
 
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