Agios' Lewis Cantley returns with a new company and, he claims, a major oncological discovery
Lewis Cantley was a bit confused when he got an email from a graduate student who wanted to come to his Cornell lab and work on a semi-obscure phenomenon in cell biology: Lagging chromosomes.
“I said ‘I don’t know much about lagging chromosomes,'” Cantley, who became famous for discovering the PI3K pathway and its role in cancer, told Endpoints News.
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