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Rising expectations from new yeast study

that the metastasis of cancer cells depends on a particular protein-protein interaction, we may be able to develop molecules that block this interaction, and thereby prevent the invasion of healthy tissues."

With further work, Stone and Metodiev hope to determine whether the mechanisms they uncovered in yeast cells operate in human cells. There is evidence suggesting that they do.


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Contact: Paul Francuch
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312-996-3457
University of Illinois at Chicago
23-May-2002


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