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Synthesized Sponge Chemical May Treat Cancer, RMIT Study


2/11/2014 6:06:50 AM

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A promising compound for cancer treatment has been synthesized in a laboratory by an RMIT University researcher during his Ph.D. research. Dr. Dan Balan, from the School of Applied Sciences at RMIT, said 15-aza-Salicylihalamide A analogue had demonstrated potent activity against several leukemia cell lines.

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