Self-organization in cancer: implications for histopathology, cancer cell biology, and metastasis. Cancer Cell (2021). Publisher's VersionAbstract
Pathologists use histological features to classify tumors and assign site of origin for metastasis. How and why tumors organize the way they do and recreate their histological organization during metastasis is unknown. Here, I discuss the concept of “histostasis” conferring tumors a histological memory and hypothesize its implications for metastasis.