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Membrane fluidity influences sensitivity of ovarian cancer cell lines to auranofin

(University of Plymouth) Increased fluidity in cell membranes could have a major impact on an ovarian cancer cell's sensitivity to treatment using the anti-rheumatic drug auranofin, research led by Plymouth University suggests.
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