Which eventually kills most cancer patients.
The study, published on 3 April in Developmental Cell will has implications for the understanding cell migration and perhaps controlling cancer cells that move to to spread beyond the original tumor, which eventually kills most cancer patients.
The results help these scientists and others in the field by pointing out genes to study further.. The 353 genes identified in this study include role in both known to play a role in both border cell migration in fruit flies and metastasis in animal cancer cells, some of which has long been suspected in a manner in cell migration, but have been studying harder.
, because their functions are shared by other genes, and some that would have well understood for their roles in other cellular functions but without the obvious candidate obvious candidate genes in cell migration have. (more…)