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The behaviour of tissues can be influenced by a range of features that includes those listed above, as well as surrounding stromal cells, immune cells, matrix components, the acid-base microenvironment, and hypoxia. Oxford research seeks to study the cross-talk between these, their relationship to cell function and how these change over space and time, to build a complete understanding of tissue behaviour in health and disease.