Loss of cilia leads to melanomawww.sciencedaily.com

Most cells in the human body have a cilium, a slender cell protuberance that picks up signals from the cell's external environment. Researchers have now shown that these fine sensory antennae play a key role in the formation of melanoma. When cilia are prevented from developing in benign pigment cells, the cells degenerate and develop an aggressive form of melanoma.

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