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Cancer Cell's Spiky Shells

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National Cancer Institute Univ. of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
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The exterior of a cancer cell is a porcupine-like shell. Dr. Michael Pierce explains how we can use this spiky signature to identify the cancer cells from normal ones and track the disease’s progression over time. Dr. Michael Pierce is the Director of University of Georgia’s Cancer Center and a Professor of Biochemisty and Molecular Biology.

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