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Cell Division Study Resolves 50-Year-Old-Debate, May Aid Cancer Research


September 2, 2008

biology graphic A new study at Oregon State University has finally resolved a controversy that cellular biologists have been arguing over for nearly 50 years, with findings that may aid research on everything from birth defects and genetic diseases to the most classic "cell division" issue of them all--cancer. Full Story

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