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  • adj. nontumoral


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  • There are circumstances in which nontumor cells tolerate aneuploidy just fine, but, in most cases, healthy cells keep a tight check on chromosome number.

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  • As a doctoral student at Oxford University, Marshall worked with Henry Harris, a pioneer of cell hybridization techniques, who was fusing tumor cells with nontumor cells to see what the union would beget.

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