Understanding the Cellular Systems that Hold Back the Spread of Cancer

News   Jul 27, 2017 | Original story from The Francis Crick Institute

 
Understanding the Cellular Systems that Hold Back the Spread of Cancer

Researchers used cell imaging (left) combined with computer simulations (right) to work out how ephrins and Eph receptors keep cells in the right places. Credit: David Wilkinso

 
 
 

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