Breakthrough in synthesis of novel anti-cancer agent
In a landmark discovery, researchers from Harvard University (MA, USA) have synthesized sufficient quantities of halichondrin, an anti-cancer agent found in sea sponges, for the study of its biological activity, pharmacological properties and efficacy.
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