Figure 1: Small-molecule screen in drug-tolerant persister cells. | Nature

Figure 1: Small-molecule screen in drug-tolerant persister cells.

From: Drug-tolerant persister cancer cells are vulnerable to GPX4 inhibition

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a, A small fraction of BT474 cells enter into a reversible, quiescent, drug-tolerant persister state in response to 9 or more days of treatment with 2 μM lapatinib. Scale bars, 100 μm. b, Small-molecule inhibitor screen in which pre-derived BT474 persister cells were treated with 1 μM inhibitors while maintained in 2 μM lapatinib. c, Small-molecule inhibitor counter-screen in parental BT474 cells. Images in a are representative of two independent experiments. Data in b and c are from one biologically independent sample from a single screening experiment.

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