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Breast Cancer Cell in Low Oxygen

Caption: In low oxygen conditions, breast cancer cells form structures that facilitate movement, such as filaments that allow the cell to contract (green) and cellular 'hands' that grab surfaces to pull the cell along (red).

Credit: Daniele Gilkes

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