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“Lazy” Cancer Cells Choose the Path of Least Resistance

News   Sep 16, 2019 | Original story from Vanderbilt University

 
“Lazy” Cancer Cells Choose the Path of Least Resistance

A cancer cell migrating through a collagen track with fluorescent biomarkers showing cellular energy levels assigned a hue on the color spectrum from purple (low energy) to yellow (high energy). Credit: Reinhart-King Lab / Vanderbilt University

 
 
 

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