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Uses of HeLa CellsUses of HeLa Cells
Develop methods for accurately determining the number of chromosomes in cells—beneficial for cancer research. cancer cells
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Normal and Abnormal Cell Division: Which of These Patients Could Have Cancer? IntroductionNormal and Abnormal Cell Division: Which of These Patients Could Have Cancer? Introduction
Some mutations occur in genes that stimulate cell division, which triggers these cells to start dividing. Other cancer-related mutations inactivate the genes that suppress cell division or those that signal the need for apoptosis. cancer cells
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A collection of Related DiseasesA collection of Related Diseases
Cancer can start almost anywhere in the human body, which is made up of trillions of cells. Normally, human cells grow and divide to form new cells as the body needs them. When cells grow old or become damaged, they die. cancer cells
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Name Period How do cancer cells behave differently from healthy ones?Name Period How do cancer cells behave differently from healthy ones?
Cancer cells are rogue clones. List and describe three mutations that allow these cells to escape the normal restrictions placed on our body’s cells. cancer cells
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Activity 4 Student Response Sheet Part I: dna microarray Virtual LabActivity 4 Student Response Sheet Part I: dna microarray Virtual Lab
Why are tissue samples from healthy and cancer cells taken from the same patient?. cancer cells
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What is a Colon PolypWhat is a Colon Polyp
Your doctor may have recently told you that you have a colon polyp. It may have already been removed or destroyed during a colonoscopy. The information below will answer questions you may have about this condition. cancer cells
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Video Transcript for “Fluid shear stress sensitizes cancer cells to receptor mediated apoptosis via trimeric death receptors.”Video Transcript for “Fluid shear stress sensitizes cancer cells to receptor mediated apoptosis via trimeric death receptors.”
Fluid shear stress sensitizes cancer cells to receptor-mediated apoptosis via trimeric death receptors. cancer cells
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Cell Signaling and Cancer IntroductionCell Signaling and Cancer Introduction
Cell growth and division is a function that characterizes all living organisms. Looking at your own body you can identify numerous examples of cell division occurring at this very moment. cancer cells
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Title of ActivityTitle of Activity
Students then do a class simulation that illustrates how multiple mutations lead to the evolution of normal cells into a population of malignant cancer cells. cancer cells
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Revised ms#onc-2006-00864 (marked copy) Original ArticleRevised ms#onc-2006-00864 (marked copy) Original Article
Balraj Singh1, Jacob A. Berry1, Angela Shoher2,3, Gregory D. Ayers4,5, Caimiao Wei4, and Anthony Lucci*,1. cancer cells
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T cell mediated killing of metastatic colon cancer cellsT cell mediated killing of metastatic colon cancer cells
Supplementary Figure Morphological changes of cea+ human metastatic colorectal cancer explants induced by medi-565/t-cell. cancer cells
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Cancer: Cells behaving badlyCancer: Cells behaving badly
It’s quite likely your body is harboring pre-cancerous cells. Don’t panic: this doesn’t mean you have cancer. But a whole lot of us have cells here and there whose defense mechanisms have gotten a bit off guard. cancer cells
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