Image of the Day: Cancer Calls

The proteins drebin and EB3 are part of a “homing pathway” that helps cancer cells move from the prostate into the bloodstream or lymphatic system.

By | March 24, 2017

Human metastatic prostate cancer cell CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY, KING’S COLLEGE LONDON

(See A.E. Dart et al., “The drebrin/EB3 pathway drives invasive activity in prostate cancer,” Oncogene, doi:10.1038/onc.2017.45, 2017.) 

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Avatar of: Madhu Thangavelu

Madhu Thangavelu

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March 24, 2017

Great photo.

Will be good to see a scale on images like these.

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