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Signal Transduction & Gene Expression (Keystone)

Tumor cells have their own unique signal transduction and gene expression control. Targeting these specific cellular mechanisms and genetic proflies of cancer cells is an area of therapeutic exploration for some cancers. Discover the latest research on this topic with this feed.

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Nature Genetics

Three-dimensional chromatin landscapes in T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Nature GeneticsMarch 24, 2020
Andreas KloetgenAristotelis Tsirigos
Scientific Reports

Transcriptomics in cancer revealed by Positron Emission Tomography radiomics

Scientific ReportsMarch 30, 2020
Florent TixierDimitris Visvikis
Northern Clinics of Istanbul

Examination of the expression levels of MACC1, Filamin A and FBXW7 genes in colorectal cancer patients

Northern Clinics of IstanbulApril 2, 2020
Funda YesilkayaSadrettin Pence
TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik

Noncoding RNAs: functional regulatory factors in tomato fruit ripening

TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte GenetikMarch 27, 2020
Lili MaJinhua Zuo
Cancer Treatment and Research

Functional In Vivo Imaging of Tumors

Cancer Treatment and ResearchMarch 28, 2020
Mohammad HarisRavinder Reddy
Plant Direct

Newly identified miRNAs may contribute to aerenchyma formation in sugarcane roots

Plant DirectApril 1, 2020
Eveline Queiroz de Pinho TavaresMarcos Silveira Buckeridge

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