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Tropical Flower Offers Potential New Route for Treating Pancreatic Cancer

Tropical Flower Offers Potential New Route for Treating Pancreatic Cancer
An international team of scientists led by the University of Bath have made drug-like molecules inspired by a chemical found in a tropical flower, that they hope could in the future help to treat deadly pancreatic cancer.

Researchers from the University of Bath have made three new molecules similar to Grandifloracin, a chemical found in the tropical plant Uvaria grandiflora, which grows in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. Read more . . .


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