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Making Malignant Brain Tumors Self-Destruct

News   Aug 16, 2018 | Original Story from The University of Leeds

 
Making Malignant Brain Tumors Self-Destruct

Tumour cells under normal conditions (left) compared with tumour cells after 48 hours exposure to KHS101 (right), which have been grouped together to undergo cell death. Credit: Wurdak Group, University of Leeds, UK.

 
 
 

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