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Outlets Highlight New Research Led by Dr. Kelly Whelan and Colleagues at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine Defining Subsets of Cells Found in the Esophagus of Mice

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In new research published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University defined 11 subsets of cells found in the esophagus of mice, information that could potentially help clinicians diagnose or treat certain types of cancer. Kelly Whelan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Cancer and Cellular Biology and Assistant Professor in the Fels Cancer Institute for Personalized Medicine at the Katz School of Medicine, is senior author on the study. Multiple outlets, including Scienmag, Bioengineer.org, ScienceDaily and Technology Networks, highlighted the research.