Ovarian Cancer Growth Blocked by Motor Regulatory Protein

image A new mice study has revealed that over-expression of the protein km23-1 was responsible for causing the death of ovarian cancer cells. Pulipati et al conducted this animal study after assessing the results of a previous study, which showed that a subunit of the motor protein dynein called km23-1 was defective in ovarian cancer patients. This protein is the one that transports checkpoint proteins along the microtubules during mitosis. In this particular study, researchers induc...

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