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Cancer Research Breakthrough as DNA Behavior is Uncovered in 3D Models

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Scientists have used 3D models to break down the DNA behavior of cancer cells, in a breakthrough new study which could revolutionize treatment for the disease.

In what is a first for science, a research team led by Dr Manel Esteller, Director of the Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), demonstrated how 3D models (known as organoids) can now be used to develop a characterization of the DNA make-up – or the epigenetic fingerprint – of human cancer. Read more . . . 

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