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complicons: complex translocations spwan a form of lymphoma

  July, 5 2002 0:37
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complicons: complex translocations spwan a form of lymphoma

HHMI researchers have identified how a form of lymphoma develops when large pieces of chromosomes swap locations. Their observations about how chromosome rearrangements, or translocations, cause pro-B cell lymphoma in mice offer a fresh perspective on how cancers arise from an increased "dosage" of specific genes or regions of the genome.

Jim Keeley
Howard Hughes Medical Institute

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