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Chemotherapy agents are typically systemic therapies that are injected into the bloodstream and have access to the entire body. They inhibit cell division, which is intended to primarily affect tumor cells, since they reproduce much faster than most other cells in the body. That said, the drug will inhibit just about any kind of cell division, and may not ...


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There are a lot of assumptions implicit in the system you describe, all of which need to be addressed prior to any serious discussion of your method's feasibility. Sequence a bunch of normal patient cells. Sequence a bunch of tumor cells from a biopsy. Find a DNA sequence that we're reasonably certain exists in the cancer cells but doesn't exist in normal ...


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Check your citations. How do they use this assay? I am not familiar with the assay you used, but you are. Probably it is used to evaluate other plant extracts. How do those authors do it? When other people use this assay to look at plant extracts, how do they classify their results? Consider what has been done in the past using this assay. Then put ...


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