Researchers Correct the Record about Behavior of Important Human Protein Tied to Cancer

Posted on January 25th, 2010 by Admin

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology via EurekAlert.org January 25, 2010
In a study to be published this week, a research team is challenging a prevailing belief about the behavior of a human protein linked to the formation of cancer, possibly breathing new life into the search for therapies that will inhibit that protein from “turning on” genes involved in abnormal cell proliferation.     Link

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