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Team Combines Cell Imaging and Mathematical Modeling To Investigate Cancer Progression

News   Jul 27, 2020 | Original story from Virginia Tech

 
Team Combines Cell Imaging and Mathematical Modeling To Investigate Cancer Progression

A tetraploid RPE-1 mitotic cell. Centrioles are displayed in green (two dots at each centrosome/spindle pole); microtubules are displayed in red; chromosomes are displayed in blue. The image was acquired on a wide-field fluorescence microscope. Credit: Daniela Cimini for Virginia Tech

 
 
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