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Unraveling the Circuitry Controlling Cancer's Spread

News   Jun 24, 2020 | Original story from Barts Cancer Institute

 
Unraveling the Circuitry Controlling Cancer's Spread

Microscopy image of two cells in which a cancer-relevant mutated MET has driven the interaction (yellow) of Rac1 (green) and mTOR (red) inside the cells and at the cell boundaries. The cell nuclei (DNA) are in blue. Credit: Queen Mary University of London

 
 
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