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Discovery of Exomeres Could Help Reveal How Cancer Cells Spread

News   Feb 22, 2018 | Original story from Weill Cornell Medicine

 
Discovery of Exomeres Could Help Reveal How Cancer Cells Spread

Exosomes (white ball-like structures) and exomeres (purple and yellow) secreted by melanoma tumor cells. This image was taken using a type of microscopy called Atomic force microscopy, which uses high-resolution imaging to visualize nanoparticles. Credit: Molecular Cytology Core Facility, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

 
 
 

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