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Ovarian Cancer Cells "Totally Addicted to Ran", a Key Mobility Protein

News   Jul 10, 2019 | Original story from University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre

 
Ovarian Cancer Cells "Totally Addicted to Ran", a Key Mobility Protein

Ovarian Tumor Microenvironment. Credit: Chris Booth, Kyle Cowdrick, Frank C. Marini. Source: National Cancer Institute/Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest Univ.

 
 
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