× Hitching a Ride: Cancer cells use surrounding stromal cells to aid their invasion into local tissue. Taken from a pancreas spheroid, presented here is an example of stromal cells invading into the surrounding 3D matrix, leading a collection of cancer cells. Cellular cytoskeleton is labelled in green and magenta, and the cell nuclei are labelled in blue. Image by Ed Carter

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Research Technician – Flow Cytometry Core Services
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Department: Centre for Flow Cytometry Core Services, Barts Cancer Institute

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£34,220 (Grade 4)

Department: Centre for Haemato-Oncology, Barts Cancer Institute

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