Antitumor activity of metal-chelating compound Dp44mT is mediated by formation of a redox-active copper complex that accumulates in lysosomes

David B. Lovejoy, Patric J. Jansson, Ulf T. Brunk, Jacky Wong, Prem Ponka, Des R. Richardson*

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