Antibodies from sharks could help fight breast cancer

09/27/2013 | Yahoo

An antibody believed to be found only in sharks, known as IgNAR, may help treat breast cancer, and University of Aberdeen biologists are conducting a three-year study to investigate. The antibody is thought to inhibit two cancer cell surface molecules, preventing them from initiating growth of cancer cells.

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