Published in Cancer Weekly, August 26th, 2003
The researchers said the technique was so useful in solving a longstanding puzzle that it may expedite the discovery of other such gene interactions that lead to cancer, and could accelerate the development of new cancer drugs.
The report in the August 8, 2003, issue of Cell describes how the method was used in identifying what additional genes are affected by the common oncogene, cyclin D1, when it makes...
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