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‘Sneaky’ Cancer Cells Stopped in Their Tracks

News   Nov 21, 2018 | Original story from University of Minnesota

 
‘Sneaky’ Cancer Cells Stopped in Their Tracks

After targeting the "motors" that generate forces in cancer cells to move, the cancer cells switch to a dendritic or "flowing" response to follow pathways in tumors that drive cell migration and promote spreading of the cancer. Credit: Tabdanov/Provenzano, University of Minnesota

 
 
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