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Modeling the Development of Ovarian Cancer With Organoids

News   May 27, 2020 | Original story from the Hubrecht Institute

 
Modeling the Development of Ovarian Cancer With Organoids

A tumor derived from organoids of the mouse oviduct, in which three genes were disabled that are often mutated in ovarian cancer. These organoids grew into large, high-grade serous ovarian cancer-like tumors quickly. Credit: Kadi Lõhmussaar, ©Hubrecht Institute

 
 
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