Researchers have shown that it is possible to block the growth of human and murine glioblastoma in mouse models by blocking the TRF1 protein; an essential component of the telomere-protective complex. The study describes a new and promising way to combat this type of brain tumor by attacking its ability to regenerate and divide immortally.
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