New Report Counters Claims on the Origin of Gastric Cancer
New Report Counters Claims on the Origin of Gastric Cancer
Several studies have supported the idea that “chief” cells in the stomach revert to stem cells and lead to cancer, but new results do not observe such dedifferentiation.
New Report Counters Claims on the Origin of Gastric Cancer
New Report Counters Claims on the Origin of Gastric Cancer

Several studies have supported the idea that “chief” cells in the stomach revert to stem cells and lead to cancer, but new results do not observe such dedifferentiation.

Several studies have supported the idea that “chief” cells in the stomach revert to stem cells and lead to cancer, but new results do not observe such dedifferentiation.

dedifferentiation
(Re)Programming Director
Karen Hopkin | Sep 30, 2012
Unwilling to accept the finality of terminal differentiation, Helen Blau has honed techniques that showcase the flexibility of cells to adopt different identities.
Transformer Cells in Diabetes
Ed Yong | Sep 13, 2012
In diabetic mice, the cells of the pancreas don’t die, but rather revert to an earlier state incapable of producing the insulin the body needs.