Published in Blood Weekly, February 5th, 2004
Researchers at the U.S. National Cancer Institute in Frederick, Maryland, discovered that a gene in a virus used to treat the children, who had an inherited immune system disorder, can combine with another gene to cause leukemia in mice.
Dr. Utpal P. Dave, first author of a study appearing in the journal Science, said that he and his team found that in mice a gene called Lmo2 can combine with another gene, called IL2RG, to...
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