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Scientists use stem-like cells from patients’ aggressive, triple receptor-negative breast tumors to grow cell lines for research.

By The Scientist Staff | September 18, 2017

Breast cancer stem cell line 1 (BCSC1), visualized by keratin 5 (green) and keratin 8 (red) proteins and nuclei (blue)MAURER LABSee E. Metzger et al., “KDM4 inhibition targets breast cancer stem-like cells,” Cancer Research, doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-17-1754, 2017. 

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