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  • This image of molecularly stained brain cells shows the AMPK target protein (green) in a large glioblastoma brain tumor that grew from transplanted human cancer cells in a mouse brain. Scientists report in Nature Cell Biology that tumor growth was reduced when the researchers genetically inhibited AMPK, suggesting it may be a potential treatment strategy for lethal and mostly untreatable brain cancers like high-grade glioblastoma.
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    This image of molecularly stained brain cells shows the AMPK target protein (green) in a large glioblastoma brain tumor that grew from transplanted human cancer cells in a mouse brain. Scientists report in Nature Cell Biology that tumor growth was reduced when the researchers genetically inhibited AMPK, suggesting it may be a potential treatment strategy for lethal and mostly untreatable brain cancers like high-grade glioblastoma.
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