Pulses of Light Turn on Cancer "Death Signal," Cardiff University Study
Published: Oct 17, 2013
Researchers have created a peptide—a small piece of protein—that when linked to a light-responsive dye is able to switch on death pathways in cancer cells. The peptide remains inactive until exposed to external light pulses, which convert it into a cell death signal.
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