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Tissue's Microscopic Geometry Impacts Movement of Malignant Cells

News   Mar 02, 2021 | Original story from Oregon State University

 
Tissue's Microscopic Geometry Impacts Movement of Malignant Cells

In this microscopic image provided by OSU biophysicist Bo Sun, the green areas are collagen fibers, and the white-to-purple is a time lapse of breast cancer cells whose change between states correlates with fiber alignment. Credit: Bo Sun, OSU

 
 
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