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Van Andel Institute discovery published in Cancer Research

A recent research discovery at Van Andel Institute was recently published in the journal Cancer Research. Institute scientists have identified compounds that slow tumor growth while protecting normal tissue, a treatment strategy with the potential to lead to improved therapies for a number of cancers.

According to the article:

The new report, “Small molecule intramimics of formin auto-inhibition: a new strategy to target the cytoskeletal remodeling machinery in cancer cells,” was carried out at the Van Andel Research Institute in collaboration with scientists from Grand Valley State University and Kalamazoo Valley Community College's Michigan High Throughput Screening Center and published this week in the journal Cancer Research.

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