Cancer Stem Cell

Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are the cancer cells found within tumors or haematological regions that possess characteristics related to the normal stem cell. Cancer stem cells specifically have an ability to give rise to all cell types found in a particular cancer sample. CSCs are tumorigenic which form tumors cells; they generate tumors by self-renewal or rapid division of the cells differentiating into multiple cell type. These cells give rise to new tumors by metastasis and relapse caused by hypothesizing    the stem cells to persist in tumors as a distinct population.


  • Single Human Melanoma Cells
  • Tumor propagation models
  • cancer stem cell model
  • Stochastic model
  • Hypotheses Mutation
  • Heterogeneity Markers
  • Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition

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