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Date:7/22/2010

cess," notes Kachynski. "Clinicians will be able to determine the optimal conditions to kill a cancer cell for the particular type of disease. An improved understanding of the drug-biomolecule interactions will help discover the optimal treatment doses so as to minimize side effects."

Andrey Kuzmin, PhD, research assistant professor at the ILPB and co-author, adds that a new paper from the UB team, forthcoming in Biophysical Journal, further extends this work.

"The benefits of the UB multiplex imaging system and its molecular selectivity have been further extended into a new fundamental cellular study, structural reorganization throughout the mitotic cell cycle," he says.


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