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Protein Helps Cancer Cells Stay Alive and Thrive

News   May 13, 2020 | Original story from the University of Copenhagen

 
Protein Helps Cancer Cells Stay Alive and Thrive

An image of MiDAS detected in a cancer cell derived from a human female patient with bone cancer. A normal cell has 46 chromosomes while this cell has 78 chromosomes. MiDAS is shown in red, and chromosomes are in blue with their ends being marked in green. Credit: University of Copenhagen

 
 
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