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Could Centrioles Help Classify Tumors?

News   Mar 29, 2018 | Original story from Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência

 
Could Centrioles Help Classify Tumors?

Healthy cells (left image) display 4 centrioles, a normal number (in yellow). On the contrary, breast cancer cells (triple negative) have extra centrioles (here 16, right image). Credit: Gaëlle Marteil, IGC.

 
 
 

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