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Building Better Cancer Models

News   Feb 17, 2017 | Original story from University of California, Los Angeles

 
Building Better Cancer Models

Credit: UCLA/Graeber Lab Genomically instable cancer cells can have as many as two times more chromosomes than healthy cells, as well as other abnormalities (left, circles). When scientists group like chromosomes together (right), it can reveal patterns that help them better detect the genetic aberrations that drive cancer growth.

 
 
 

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