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Airway Tissue: Healthy vs. Cancerous
Editor's Pics

Airway Tissue: Healthy vs. Cancerous

Airway Tissue: Healthy vs. Cancerous
Editor's Pics

Airway Tissue: Healthy vs. Cancerous

Credit: Broad Stem Cell Research Center

This image shows normal airway tissue, left, and lung cancer tissue, right, with an overabundance of basal stem cells (green) and the activated form of beta-catenin (red) in the lung cancer tissue.

Airway Tissue: Healthy vs. Cancerous

Credit: Broad Stem Cell Research Center


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