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Protein Participates in Shift From “Fatty Liver” to Cancer

News   Feb 19, 2020 | Original story from the University of Geneva (UNIGE)

 
Protein Participates in Shift From “Fatty Liver” to Cancer

Liver cells under microscopy. On the left, in a healthy liver, the liver cells are organized normally. On the right, an accumulation of fat (white circles) is visible. Credit: Foti, Michelangelo

 
 
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