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In Cancer Cell this week, a team of US researchers reports a study of tumor growth potential in mouse models of glioma. High expression of Id1 in glioma identifies tumor cells with a high capacity for self-renewal, and while low expression of Id1 identifies tumor cells with limited capacity for self-renewal, such cells also have potential for proliferation. "Surprisingly, Id1low cells generate tumors more rapidly and with higher penetrance than Id1high cells," the authors write.

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