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Phenotypic Variation in Cancer Cells Often Not Due to Mutations
Most differences in gene expression among cells within a tumor are likely due to environment or noise, a study suggests. 
Phenotypic Variation in Cancer Cells Often Not Due to Mutations
Phenotypic Variation in Cancer Cells Often Not Due to Mutations

Most differences in gene expression among cells within a tumor are likely due to environment or noise, a study suggests. 

Most differences in gene expression among cells within a tumor are likely due to environment or noise, a study suggests. 

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