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Genes involved i the protection against oxygen starvation

 
  September, 7 2001 3:18
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Genes involved i the protection against oxygen starvation

Duke researchers identify 10 genes believed to protect oxygen-starved cancer cells
Cancer researchers at Duke University Medical Center have identified 10 genes believed to have significant roles in allowing cancerous tumors to thrive under oxygen-deficient conditions. The discovery is the first step in what could eventually lead to new treatments for some of the deadliest forms of cancer.

NIH/National Cancer Institute, James S. McDonnell Foundation

Contact:
Amy Reyes
a.reyes@duke.edu
919-684-4148
Duke University Medical Center


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