Caspase-8 Plays An Important Role In Proliferation And Invasion Of Cancer Cells
Main Category: Cancer / Oncology Also Included In: Biology / Biochemistry Article Date: 27 Jul 2009 Scientists at Burnham Institute for Medical Research have found that the Caspase-8 protein, long known to play a major role in promoting programmed cell death , helps relay signals that can cause cancer cells to proliferate, migrate and invade ...
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#1 Aug 10, 2009
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