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Mouse White Blood Cells After Treatment -- Virtually No Change (Slide 4)

June 8, 2010
Mouse White Blood Cells After Treatment -- Virtually No Change (Slide 4) The compound 13-D selectively induces cell death in cancerous white blood cells, while non-cancerous white blood cells are unaffected. These images show that U-937 (lymphoma) cells are almost completely obliterated by 13-D, while the same concentration of this compound has no effect on actively growing, non-cancerous white blood cells. This compound is known to induce death in the cancerous cells through apoptosis. This research was supported by National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program award CHE 01-34779. [Slide 4 in a series of 4. See Slide 1.] For more information about this research, see "Technique Kills Cancerous Cells, Leaves Healthy Cells Intact on the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign News Bureau Web site. (Date of Image: 2003)


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