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The Protein Changes That Point to Cancer

News   Aug 29, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Zurich

 
The Protein Changes That Point to Cancer

The enzyme ARTC1 (red) modifies hemopexin (blue) at defined sites by adding ADP ribose (yellow) and thus impairs the binding strength of heme (white). Credit: Kapila Gunasekera, UZH

 
 
 

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