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Double Trouble for Tumors

News   Nov 02, 2018 | Original story from University of Edinburgh

 
Cancer Drug Tactic Could Spell Double Trouble for Tumors

Scientists hope to identify cancer drugs that work in a two-pronged approach - by inducing errors when cancer cells divide packages of their DNA -- known as chromosomes -- as seen here, as well as inhibiting a key protein in cancer cells, known as telomerase. Credit: Mar Carmena and Emma Peat

 
 
 

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