Hexamethylene amiloride engages a novel reactive oxygen species- and lysosome-dependent programmed necrotic mechanism to selectively target breast cancer cells

Ashley R. Rowson-Hodel, Anastasia L. Berg, Jessica H. Wald, Jason Hatakeyama, Kacey VanderVorst, Daniel A. Curiel, Leonardo J. Leon, Colleen A Sweeney, Kermit L Carraway

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