The primary tumor may form inside the breast duct where cancer cells are confined
The observation used a modifiedscientists fluorescent microscope, which carried out video filming of cells at the nanoscale. This made it possible to measure the strength of impulses emanating from cancer cells.
“Previous studies have measured movementcellular projections for longer periods of time, but our research has shown that a lot can happen in as little as 15 minutes. Our methods provide more accurate computational data. I believe that technological developments will eventually contribute to the development of preclinical research,” said Juho Pokki.
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