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Cancer's Secrets Solved Using the 'Social Networks' of Cells

News   May 10, 2018 | Original story by Anna Christensen for UA Cancer Center

 
Cancer's Secrets Solved Using the 'Social Networks' of Cells

Megha Padi, Ph.D., director of the UA Cancer Center Bioinformatics Shared Resource and an assistant professor of molecular and cellular biology, developed a computer algorithm called ALPACA that reveals which gene networks are activated in a diseased cell. Credit: University of Arizona Health Sciences/BioCommunications

 
 
 

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