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Fly genetics used in cancer break-through

 
  September, 26 2001 6:10
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Fly genetics used in cancer break-through

Fly genetics point to potential cancer-causing gene
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have identified a gene that may have an important role in various human cancers. The gene called archipelago is involved in destroying a protein called cyclin E, which regulates cell division, and is mutated in several human cancer cell lines.
National Institutes of Health, American Cancer Society

Contact:
Susan McGreevey
smcgreevey@partners.org
617-724-2764
Massachusetts General Hospital


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