New hope for treating childhood brain cancer

DIPG cancer cells exposed to MI-2 fail to maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and die quickly, by inhibiting lanosterol synthase. Additionally, while MI-2 destroys glioma cancer cells, the drug does not damage healthy brain cells.
Author: neurosciencenews – robotics
Date/time: 7th April 2019, 09:02

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