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Caption: Cancer cells. Light microscopy footage of cell growth for cancerous cells. The footage shows cell movements and differences in ruffling (changes in the cell membrane). The cancer cells are more elongated than non-cancerous cells. Cancer cells divide rapidly and chaotically. They can clump to form malignant tumours, and invade and destroy surrounding tissues. For footage of just non-cancerous cells, see clip K005/6539. For a mixture, see clip K005/6536.

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Cancer cells, light microscopy

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