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Drug Kills Cancer Cells by Restoring Faulty Tumor Suppressor, Cancer Cell Reveals


5/15/2012 7:32:52 AM

A new study describes a compound that selectively kills cancer cells by restoring the structure and function of one of the most commonly mutated proteins in human cancer, the "tumor suppressor" p53. The research, published by Cell Press in the May 15th issue of the journal Cancer Cell, uses a novel, computer based strategy to identify potential anti-cancer drugs, including one that targets the third most common p53 mutation in human cancer, p53-R175H. T

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