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Cannibal Cells May Limit Cancer Growth

News   Jul 11, 2017 | Original story from Babraham Institute

 
Cannibal Cells May Limit Cancer Growth

A cell in the process of dividing (centre) that is being engulfed by cells on either side. DNA is shown in blue and a protein responsible for attachment between cells is shown in green. Credit: Dr Jo Durgan, Babraham Institute

 
 
 

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