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Excessive, uncoordinated growth constitutes a major aspect of cancer. Yet, under conditions of in vitro growth, there is no consistent pattern sepa rating malignant cells from normal ones. Cells de rived from normal tissues often demonstrate a growth capacity in tissue cultures similar to that of malignant cells. On the other hand, in vivo studies, such as(More)
Excessive, uncoordinated growth constitutes a major aspect of cancer. Yet, under conditions of in vitro growth, there is no consistent pattern sepa rating malignant cells from normal ones. Cells de rived from normal tissues often demonstrate a growth capacity in tissue cultures similar to that of malignant cells. On the other hand, in vivo studies, such as(More)
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