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(BBC)   Scientists from Cornell's halls, rolled proteins in "sticky balls". And if you think that's weird s***, they hope to kill cancer with it   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Cornell University, white blood cells, National Academy of Sciences, cancers, metastatic cancer, tumors, proteins  
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550 clicks; posted to Geek » on 07 Jan 2014 at 9:53 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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vpb [TotalFark]
2014-01-07 09:01:56 AM  
Were they salty?
2014-01-07 10:14:06 AM  
Burma Shave!
2014-01-07 10:31:55 AM  
Can these battered proteins be deep-fried?

/I'll take a few million, please
2014-01-07 10:44:24 AM  
If you have "sticky balls" you should wipe the "protein" off of them...
2014-01-07 11:36:55 AM  
*Reads toilet stall on right* "Toilet tennis! Look left." *Looks left* "Toilet tennis! Look right!"
2014-01-07 12:31:50 PM  
He who reads such lines of wit...
2014-01-07 01:27:40 PM  
That's more than incredible!
2014-01-07 01:50:03 PM  
As an appreciator of bathroom-stall poetry, this headline makes me weep at the beauty of it.
2014-01-07 02:28:12 PM  
And when Ithaca, NY thaws out sometime in June, we might find out more details.
2014-01-07 07:43:14 PM  
Next up should be a protein that goes all Katamari on prions.
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