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Masking genetic mutations

  September, 7 2001 3:09
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Masking genetic mutations

We don't realize the full extent of our genetic mutations. As published in Genes & Development, a group of scientists from the National Cancer Center Research Institute in Tokyo, Japan have identified a key regulator of the expression of genetic mutations and, in the process, have developed an intriguing therapeutic approach to combat prevalent genetic disorders.

Contact: Nora Poppito
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories

Message posted by: Wouter Kalle

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