Researchers at the University of Cambridge discovered a molecule that suppresses cancer growth. The molecule, named FDI-6, ensures that transcription factor FOXM1 is not able to bind to DNA. The transcriptional downregulation ensures that tumorgrowth is suppressed. This study could open the door to new treatment methods for cancer. The results are published in the journal Nature Communications. Continue reading
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