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New Insights Into Cancer Progression Uncovered

News   Sep 13, 2019 | Original story from University of Delaware

 
New Insights Into Cancer Progression Uncovered

When viewed under a fluorescence microscope, the individual probes light up each RNA in an individual cell. By using a color combination method, UD molecular biologist Mona Batish is able to distinguish which tagged RNA are linear (yellow) and circular (green). Credit: Photo by Kathy F. Atkinson

 
 
 

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