Sequencing Primary, Metastatic, and Xenograft Tumors Offers Insights into Nature of Metastasis | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

This article has been updated from a version posted April 14 to include outside comment.

Researchers at the Genome Center at Washington University have sequenced the primary tumor, a metastatic tumor, and a xenograft tumor from a patient with basal-like breast cancer to gain surprising insights into the nature of metastasis and xenograft tumors.

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