FSU: New clue for cancer treatment could be hiding in microscopic molecular machine

FSU: New clue for cancer treatment could be hiding in microscopic molecular machine

Buried deep within the dazzlingly intricate machinery of the human cell could lie a key to treating a range of deadly cancers, according to a team of scientists at Florida State University.

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