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Cancer Gets Moving on Protein "Wheels,"
3/1/2012 7:03:58 AM
Cancer cells must prepare to invade new tissues, and researchers have found a way to stop them from migrating. Researchers have identified two key proteins that are needed to get cells moving and have uncovered a new pathway that treatments could block to immobilize mutant cells and keep cancer from spreading, says Richard Cerione, professor of pharmacology and chemical biology at Cornell University.
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