CD44s, not CD44v, contributes to cancer survival
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CD44s, not CD44v, contributes to cancer survival

Cells may stray away from their normal function in a number of ways. For example, it’s been known for some time that in a number of cancers the surface molecule CD44 seems to be involved with cancer-promoting mechanisms. Studies trying to discover how this happens, however, have yielded controversial results. In her lab, Dr. Chonghui … Continue reading