Mutant cells in the esophagus, and protecting farmers from dangerous pesticide exposure

Mutant cells in the esophagus, and protecting farmers from dangerous pesticide exposure

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As you age, your cells divide over and over again, leading to minute changes in their genomes. New research reveals that in the lining of the esophagus, mutant cells run rampant, fighting for dominance over normal cells. But they do this without causing any detectable damage or cancer. Host Sarah Crespi talks to Phil Jones, a professor of cancer development at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, about what these genome changes can tell us about aging and cancer, and how some of ... Maggiori informazioni

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