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Featured article: Mitotic arrest affects clustering of tumor cells

Cancer cell aggregation is a key process involved in the formation of tumor cell clusters. It has recently been shown that clusters of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) have an increased metastatic potential compared to isolated circulating tumor cells. 

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Cell Division is an open access, peer-reviewed journal, which publishes articles in areas including, but not limited to, molecular aspects of cell cycle control and cancer, cell growth, proliferation, survival, differentiation, signalling, gene transcription, protein synthesis, genome integrity, chromosome stability, centrosome duplication, DNA damage and DNA repair.

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Editors-in-Chief

Dr Philipp Kaldis, Lund University, Sweden 

Dr Robert Duronio, University of North Carolina, USA

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