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Scientists find a new chemical probe that is a potent inhibitor of human cancer cell proliferation in vitro, which may have potential applications against many cancers

Scientists identified a new molecule (CCT251236) that inhibited cell proliferation in vitro and slowed tumour growth in a mouse xenograft model using human ovarian cancer cells

Source  Comprehensive Cancer Center Wake Forest University/National Cancer Institute/Science Photo Library