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Mutation Mechanism Essential for Cancer Development Uncovered

News   Sep 25, 2019 | Original story from University of Geneva (UNIGE)

 
Mutation Mechanism Essential for Cancer Development Uncovered

Fluorescence microscopy images of the division of a normal cell (left row) and a cell with replication stress (middle row). The mitotic spindle is in green, the chromosomes in red. The right row details the cell errors with replication stress: a three-pole spindle (left) and the loss of a chromosome (right). Credit: UNIGE Patrick Meraldi

 
 
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