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“Slug” Keeps Breast Stem Cell Health in Check

News   Jul 18, 2019 | Original story from Tufts University

 
“Slug” Keeps Breast Stem Cell Health in Check

Human breast cells, which are blue and oval-shaped, against a black background. Green spots inside the blue ovals depict DNA damage following irradiation exposure. Credit: Kuperwasser Lab/Tufts University School of Medicine (Image courtesy of Cell Reports)

 
 
 

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