× An image of two immortalised cancer cell lines under a confocal microscope at 63x magnification following immunofluorescent staining for AHNAK2, in green, a newly discovered protein the team are investigating with an unknown function but high expression in poorly differentiated pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. Cortactin, in red, is a protein known to be involved in the movement of these cells and the yellow signifies co-localisation of both proteins and a possible novel function for AHNAK2. Image by Mohamed Zardab, Clinical Research Fellow.

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