Published in Cancer Weekly, May 1st, 2006
Study 1: Cancer pathogenesis involves small noncoding microRNA (miRNA).
According to a study from the United States, "Small noncoding miRNAs can contribute to cancer development and progression and are differentially expressed in normal tissues and cancers. From a large-scale miRnome analysis on 540 samples including lung, breast, stomach, prostate, colon, and pancreatic tumors, we identified a solid cancer miRNA signature composed by a large portion of overexpressed miRNAs."
"Among these miRNAs are some with well characterized cancer association, such...
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