DURHAM, N.C. – In findings that may enhance efforts to starve tumors, Duke University Medical Center researchers say they have generated antibodies in rabbits that inhibit the same cellular target as angiostatin and actually surpass the natural protein's ability to prevent cell growth in the laboratory.
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