July 6, 2011
Cancer Cells Display Fractal Qualities
Phillip F. Schewe, Inside Science
Scientists have long known that healthy cells looked and behaved differently from cancer cells. For instance, the nuclei of healthy cells -- the inner part of the cells where the chromosomes are stored -- tend to have a rounder surface than the nuclei in cancerous cells.
TAGGED: Cellular Biology, Medical Diagnostics, Cancer, Fractals