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Metabolic Enzyme Shows Promise as Cancer Treatment Target

News   Apr 04, 2019 | Original story from the University of Columbia

 
Metabolic Enzyme Shows Promise as Cancer Treatment Target

The 3D structure of human ATP-citrate lyase, a metabolic enzyme that plays a key role in cancer cell proliferation and other processes. Credit: Nimbus Therapeutics; Liang Tong, Columbia University, Nature.

 
 
 

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