Why cancer cells spread within the body
 

new study  has identified an ancient cellular response, conserved through eons of evolution, that underlies the spread of the aggressive skin cancer melanoma. Published in the current issue of the journal Genes & Development, the study illuminates the crucial role that punishing conditions within the tumor play in molding a subset of tumor cells into an invasive state. The findings also help


Why cancer cells spread within the body

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R.C.C. Institute of technology
India
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Chapman University, CA, USA
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University of Georgia, Athens, GA
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PhD, Postdoctoral Associate
MIT, Cambridge, USA
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D.Phil, Assistant Professor
Nirma University, India
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University of Louisiana at
Monroe
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Associate Professor
Acharya Narendra Dev College
University of Delhi
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