Self-assembled ruthenium and osmium nanosystems display a potent anticancer profile by interfering with metabolic activity

Mickaël Marloye, Haider Inam, Connor J. Moore, Tyler R. Mertens, Aude Ingels, Marilin Koch, Michal O. Nowicki, Véronique Mathieu, Justin R. Pritchard, Samuel G. Awuah, Sean E. Lawler, Franck Meyer, François Dufrasne, Gilles Berger

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