Compound d16 Reduces Tumor Growth and Overcomes Therapeutic Resistance in Mutant p53-Bearing Cancers

Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have developed a new compound called d16 that can reduce tumor growth and overcome therapeutic resistance in mutant p53-bearing cancers in the lab. The findings, published in the journal Cancer Research Communications, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, open opportunities for new combination therapies for these difficult-to-treat cancers. The open-access article is titled” DNA2 Nuclease Inhibition Confers Synthetic Lethality in Cancers with Mutant p53 and Synergizes With PARP Inhibitors.”
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