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Cancer cells use secret tunnels to communicate, smuggle cancer signals their neighbors

By November 2, 2015 No Comments

Cancer cells use previously unknown channels to communicate with one another and with adjacent non-cancerous cells, a new report suggests. The researchers report that an in vitro co-culture system robustly quantifies the transfer of fluorescent proteins between cells and can also compare between various conditions.

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