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The importance of cancer cells for animal evolutionary ecology

Abstract : Reciprocal interactions between hosts, their symbionts and their oncobiota (cancer cell communities) are yet to be studied in detail. Considering malignant cells in addition to the holobiont perspective allows greater understanding of the processes governing both host phenotypes and cancer dynamic
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Frédéric Thomas, Camille Jacqueline, Tazzio Tissot, Morgane Henard, Simon Blanchet, et al.. The importance of cancer cells for animal evolutionary ecology. Nature Ecology & Evolution, Nature, 2017, 1 (11), pp.1592 - 1595. ⟨10.1038/s41559-017-0343-z⟩. ⟨cea-01887606⟩

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