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'Vietnam Time Bomb' Toxin: New Strategy for Cancer Therapies

By Sharon Kingman
BioWorld International Correspondent

Wednesday, November 16, 2011
LONDON – The structure of a toxin produced by a bacterium that causes the tropical disease melioidosis has been solved, raising hopes that it may one day be possible to develop an inhibitor of the toxin, which could slow the progression of the disease.

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