Over-stressing Already Taxed Cancer Cells May Kill Them


"Think about an assembly line in a factory that is working five times faster than normal," said Dr. Kapil Bhalla, director of the Medical College of Georgia Cancer Center. "There is a lot of stress but you need workers to keep going. Some of them fall out, some get bent out of shape." | @ltaLINK
MCG researchers found that to keep their fast pace, these now-malignant cells need increased activity of heat shock protein 90. (Credit: Image courtesy of Medical College of Georgia)
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