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Neutrophils, our most common white blood cell, can deploy toxin-studded webs made of DNA to trap and kill invaders. New research from the Egeblad lab at CSHL shows this weapon can be hijacked by cancer cells and put to the task of cutting through tissue to help cancers metastasize to new organs. Electron microscopy: Stephen Hearn, CSHL. Sample preparation: Laura Maiorino, Egeblad lab, CSHL. Read more
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Q&A: Anne Churchland
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Genetic Literacy Project
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
CRISPR brings an early harvest
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The Packer

Hot tomato? New varieties ready for harvest weeks faster
December 5, 2016

The Cancer Letter
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