Metastatic cancer stem cells: a new target for anti-cancer therapy?


Over the past few years, supporting evidence for the cancer stem cell hypothesis has been provided for an increasing number of tumor entities. According to this hypothesis, only a small population of undifferentiated cells with stem cell characteristics has the ability to form tumors through asymmetric division and subsequent differentiation of the progeny… (More)


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