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Drugs in Development for Cancer May Also Fight Brain Diseases

News   Aug 10, 2018 | Original story from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

 
Drugs in Development for Cancer May Also Fight Brain Diseases

In cells under duress, stress granules (in magenta) form outside of the nucleus (in blue). TDP-43 protein in green (arrow) that cannot bind to PolyADP ribose (PAR) builds up in large clumps distinct from stress granules. Credit: Leeanne McGurk, University of Pennsylvania; Molecular Cell

 
 
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