A protein that can stop the spread of certain cancer cells without damaging normal cells.
Thomas Pento and Roger Harrison helped develop a fusion protein that keeps some types of cancer cells from ingesting a vital protein called methionine. The fusion protein doesn't affect normal cells because, unlike cancer cells, they can be healthy without that protein
Okla. Professors Develop Cancer Protein - washingtonpost.com
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