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Colorectal Cancer Cells' "Partner in Crime" Identified

News   Feb 20, 2020 | Original story from the Hokkaido University

 
Colorectal Cancer Cells' "Partner in Crime" Identified

Tumorigenesis of colorectal cancer cells (CT26, red) were significantly reduced in mice liver tissue lacking IL-6 (Il6-/-), suggesting IL-6's supportive function on metastasis. Credit: Toyoshima Y. et al., Cancer Immunology Research. December 1, 2019

 
 
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