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If you're going to dance the proteome, make sure you've got plenty of friends.

That's the advice of Anna-Maria Lahesmaa-Korpinen, a researcher at the Finnish Institute of National Health and Welfare and creator of the below video —a depiction in dance of the cancer proteome.

Lahesmaa-Korpinen came up with the dance as an entry in Finland's ScienceSLAM competition — an event run by a group of Helsinki-based researchers in which scientists take the stage to present their research via performance pieces.

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