Cancer models


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Cancer models

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Cancer models are naturally existing or artificially induced systems that share features with human cancers. Experimental systems for studying human cancer include cell lines and organisms such as fruit flies and genetically modified mice to investigate cancer biochemical or genetic pathways and pathology.

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