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  • Preventing tumour metastasis

    When cancer cells spread in the body, secondary tumours, called metastases, can develop. These are responsible for around 90 percent of deaths in cancer patients. An important pathway for spreading the cancer cells is through the lymphatic system, which, like the system of blood vessels, runs throug more

  • Cell senescence is regulated by innate DNA sensing

    Cells in the body or in cultures eventually stop replicating. This phenomenon is called "senescence" and is triggered by shortening of telomeres, oxidative stress or genetic damage to the cells, either acute or simply due to the cell growing "old". Understanding the causes and impact of senescence c more

  • Brain fights West Nile Virus in unexpected way

    In a turnabout, a biochemical self-destruct trigger found in many other types of cells appears to guard the lives of brain cells during an infection with West Nile virus. UW Medicine scientists led research showing that this chemical pathway doesn't have to sacrifice brain cells to destroy the virus more

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  • HelpCorner - xCELLigence System

    Automated monitoring and data collection contribute to significant time savings when using the xCELLigence System, with only a few minutes of extra setup time. For example, in a 96-well plate, 32 different conditions can be tested in triplicate; the more

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