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A molecular image of a tumor
In these tumor cells, acidic regions appear red, and proteins that help the cells become invasive are labeled in green.

Spotlight: Mar 20, 2019

Tumors have many pockets of high acidity, usually deep inside where little oxygen is available. Biologists have now found that tumor surfaces are also highly acidic, which helps tumor cells produce proteins that make them more invasive. Full story

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