Innovation in Medicine

New computer model tracks origin of cell changes that drive development


Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have developed a computer model—dubbed quantitative fate mapping—that looks back in the developmental timeline to trace the origin of cells in a fully grown organism. The new model, they say, can help researchers more precisely spot which cells acquire alterations during development that change an organism’s fate from healthy to disease states, including cancer and dementia.

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