A skull once affected by sarcoma cranii, a type of bone cancer.
The rough, crystalline surface of the frontal and zygomatic bones is the product of the ossification of the lesion.
Chromothripsis, shattering of one or more chromosomes, can lead to multiple gene rearrangements in a catastrophic event that can almost instantaneously create a cancerous cell.
i flip my biology book to a random page
>proteins, including Sonic hedgehog
There are also Indian and Desert to go with Sonic.
A little bonus fact: Sonic Hedgehog mutation leads to cyclopia as disrupts the interaction with Pax6 to separate the eye field into two, resulting in the development of a single, central eye.
(Situs inversus is also an interesting little anomaly)
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That’s great! Good luck with your Microbiology course! Thanks for the love :) I’m glad you like the blog!
If so I might see you there :)
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That’s awesome! That sounds great, feel free to take pictures and submit them to the blog, I love getting submissions.
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The Emperor of All Maladies - Siddhartha Mukherjee
I am currently reading this and it is a very well written, informative and intriguing history of cancer and the people who have striven to cure it.