A German team explores relationships between ovarian cancer outcomes and the signaling pathway activity in the tumor microenvironment. The researchers did RNA sequencing on tumor cells and tumor-associated macrophages in abdominal fluid from more than two-dozen women with serous ovarian carcinoma, using the resulting transcripts to put together common and ovarian cancer-related autocrine and paracrine signaling networks.

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NPR reports that Turkish high school students will no longer study evolution.

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