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Cancer Metastasis – Moving From Breast to Brain

News   Sep 19, 2019 | Original story from EPFL

 
Cancer Metastasis – Moving From Breast to Brain

Breast cancer cells (blue) associate with glutamate-secreting neurons (red) to stimulate NMDA receptor-mediated signaling (green) of tumor growth. (STED super-resolution microscopy). Credit: W. Jiao and Q. Zeng (EPFL)

 
 
 

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