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This image shows four human skin cells, while holding the surface with their sharp claws (red and green). These claws (or so called adhesive structures) help them to either move or stick to the place by willpower. Researchers at the NKI study the way these cells attach to the surface because cancer cells adhere/move in a different way. By disarming cancer from their molecular tools we might be able to fight with them efficiently.