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Tumor Cell Metastasis Challenges Laws of Physics

News   Sep 26, 2018 | Original story from the University of Barcelona

 
Tumor Cell Metastasis Challenges Laws of Physics

Breast cancer cells attached to a surface rich in collagen. The actin cytoskeleton can be seen in green, coated with active myosin (ppMLC) in red, and the cell-cell junctions (E-cadherin) in blue. X. Trepat/IBEC

 
 
 

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