Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 8th, 1999
Unlike cancers due to mutations that make structural changes in a gene, such as the colon cancers that run in families, most prostate cancer may involve a process called "gene switching," the researchers said. Switching occurs when certain members of a family of genes are switched on while others in the family shut down. ...
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