Category Archives: cellular microenvironment

New 3D- imaging provides unprecedented views of cancer in it’s natural environment.

It is known that cancer cells don’t live on glass slides, yet the vast majority of images related to cancer biology come from the cells being photographed on flat, two-dimensional surfaces; images that are sometimes used to make conclusions about the behaviour of cells that normally reside in a more complex environment.  Now, researchers at University of Texas Southwestern have

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