Published in Cancer Weekly, April 29th, 2003
Cancer cells are able to speedily shift key building materials to the outgrowing part of a cell, perhaps by squirting them from one part to another, scientists from Cancer Research U.K. and the Medical Research Council have discovered.
Researchers used a brand new technique, developed in their laboratories, to label individual molecules with two fluorescent dyes and track their relative movement within the cell. They found cancer cells can propel certain types of molecule at incredible...
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