Fly cells on the move may reveal clues to cancer metastases
Using neat genetic tricks with fruit flies, scientists from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine have found the key signal that allows a group of normally stationary cells in the ovary to travel, they report in the current issue of Cell.
American Cancer Society, National Institutes of Health
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
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