Researchers in India Discover New Cell Type Linked to Pituitary Also Create Algorithm to Find Rare Cancer Cells

hinduAn article in The Hindu.com looks at the work of a team from two tech universities in India who have discovered a cell sub-type of pars tuberalis cell lineage, which they link to the development of the pituitary. They have also developed a computer algorithm called the Finder of Rare Entities (FiRE) that may be used in the future to hunt down and diagnose cancer metastasis. Read more here: https://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/delhi-researchers-develop-an-algorithm-to-detect-rare-cells/article25858359.ece

Photo credit: TheHindu.com Shows: the team of researchers from Dehli in India.

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