ABILITY OF BIOELECTRIC SIGNALS TO INSTRUCT REGENERATION AND CANCER-ASSOCIATED BEHAVIORS.Thurber, Amy.
Abstract: In many ways cancer is regeneration gone awry. Both processes involve many of the same behaviors and molecular pathways. However, regeneration occurs with impeccable coordination while in cancer many control mechanisms are lost leading to vastly different outcomes. Discovering the key factors responsible for the bifurcation between a path of regulated healing or unrestricted growth will ... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Biology.
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