This Week in PLOS

Arizona researchers look at clonal evolution in a treatment-refractory form of the rare sinus cavity cancer known as maxillary sinus carcinoma in a PLOS One study. Using a combination of tumor cell sorting by flow cytometry and array comparative genomic hybridization, the team tracked tumor cell populations in one individual — a 47-year-old man with maxillary sinus carcinoma — over time.

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