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Of different types. Thus heterotypic adhesion would be between dissimilar cells, in contrast to homotypic adhesion between cells of the same type.

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Can the process of meisios become cancerous?

... observed gametoid (meiotic) mitosis in malignant tissue. About twenty years later Farmer, Moore and Walker reported the occurrence of meiosis (heterotypic mitosis) at the border of malignant tumors . In 1929 Evans and Swezy described in inflamed somatic tissue changes "strikingly similar to ...

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by Poison
Wed Jan 12, 2005 1:37 pm
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Topic: Can the process of meisios become cancerous?
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