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Triple-negative Breast Cancers Can Adopt Reversible State That is Resistant to Chemotherapy

News   Apr 23, 2019 | Original story from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

 
Triple-negative Breast Cancers Can Adopt Reversible State That is Resistant to Chemotherapy

This image shows a triple-negative breast cancer cell (MDA-MB-231) in metaphase during cell division. Tubulin in red; mitochondria in green; chromosomes in blue. A better understanding of how mitochondria play roles in tumor cell division may provide new therapeutic targeting strategies to stop tumor cell growth. Credit: National Cancer Institute \ Univ. of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. Creator: Wei Qian

 
 
 

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