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Cell competition — the removal of less fit ‘loser’ cells by neighbouring ‘winner’ cells — was first described in Drosophila, but its generality has been unclear. A Nature study shows that cell competition is active in mouse skin development.

13:32 EDT 17 May 2019 | Nature Publishing

Cell competition — the removal of less fit ‘loser’ cells by neighbouring ‘winner’ cells — was first described in Drosophila, but its generality has been unclear. A Nature study shows that cell competition is active in mouse skin development. https://go.nature.com/2QfIzLP 

Original Article: Cell competition — the removal of less fit ‘loser’ cells by neighbouring ‘winner’ cells — was first described in Drosophila, but its generality has been unclear. A Nature study shows that cell competition is active in mouse skin development.

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