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Cutthroat Cellular Conflict Shapes Healthy Skin Development

News   May 16, 2019 | Original story by The Rockefeller University

 
Tissue Morphogenesis Shaped by Distinct Modes of Cell Competition

In developing skin, “loser” cells die when they come into contact with “winner” cells. Here, a winner (red) engulfs a loser (green) following its demise. Image credit: The Rockefeller Center

 
 
 

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