Glioblastoma Cell Migration

Invading glioblastoma cells

A 3-D rendered image of human glioblastoma cells (green) migrating on the top of human brain blood vessels (red). Glioblastoma tumors invade the healthy brain by using anatomical structures as paths. These structures include blood vessels and myelin tracts.

The Neurogenesis and Brain Tumors Lab has produced a video and a 3-D rendered image of glioblastoma cells migrating on the top of human brain blood vessels.

Read about human tissue cancer studies in Dr. Guerrero Cazares' Neurogenesis and Brain Tumors Lab at Mayo Clinic.