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Cancer cells steal energy-generating parts from immune cells

New Scientist
 2021-11-18

Cover picture for the articleCancer cells can boost their own growth by stealing energy-generating parts from nearby immune cells. We already knew that some cell types grow nanotubes, tentacle-like structures made of a protein called actin. The nanotubes can let one cell link itself to another so the two can transport components including mitochondria –...

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