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Targeting High-speed Cell Division in Cancer Cells

News   Jun 19, 2019 | Original story from Julius-Maximilians-University (JMU) Würzburg

 
Targeting High-speed Cell Division in Cancer Cells

Cells divide after activation of YAP (green staining) - but only if the MMB protein complex is intact. Credit: AG Gaubatz / University of Wuerzburg

 
 
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