The cancer stem cell hypothesis says that cancers many different types of many different types of cells, only very few of them, and hold the cancer. These are the cancer stem cells, which shares many characteristics with normal stem cells.
In a paper published seventh August in the journal Cell, Michael Clarke, the Karel H. And Avice N. Beekhuis Professor in Cancer Biology, and his colleagues showed that breast cancer stem cells and to make normal breast tissue stem cells to create a specific group of cell signals when to increase them. Increasing the amount of one of these signals, called miR – 200c, strongly suppressed the ability of the two cancer stem cells and normal stem cells to divide and proliferate. Continue reading “Only very few of them.”