1. Fluorescent fish genes light path to neuroblastoma

    A neurodevelopmental biologist has a new tool in the search for the origins of neuroblastoma, the third-most common pediatric cancer in the United States.

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    1. You can see they've already started to migrate that way, and a lot of them are transitioning.
    2. Neural crest cells are stem cells that form from the earliest portion of our central nervous system, the neural tube.
    3. Neural crest cells also do something else that's relevant to cancer.
    4. For the migration time-lapse images there is software that's capable of following individual cells for hours.
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