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MAY 28 , 2008
  Fruit Fly Protein Acts as Decoy to Capture Tumor Growth Factors, Find Penn Researchers
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How Argos, a fruit fly protein, acts as a ‘decoy’ receptor, binding and neutralizing growth factor molecules (green) that promote the progression of cancer.

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How Argos, a fruit fly protein, acts as a 'decoy' receptor, binding and neutralizing growth factor molecules that promote the progression of cancer.
 


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