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New York researchers report they have discovered gene fusion that may lead to improved prostate cancer diagnosis. The group, from Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, said the new gene fusion found highly expressed in a subset of prostate cancers could lead not only to more accurate cancer testing but to targets for drug therapy and other potential treatments. The findings are published in the August issue of the journal Neoplasia.
Researchers from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center have discovered a new gene fusion that is highly expressed in a subset of prostate cancers.
Gene fusion discovery may lead to a prostate cancer urine test, researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York say. The finding, published in the journal Cancer Research, says the newly discovered gene fusion is highly expressed in a subset of prostate cancers, which may lead to more accurate tests for prostate cancer. Senior author Dr.
A newly discovered gene fusion is highly expressed in a subset of prostate cancers, according to a study by researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Using new technologies that make it easier to sequence the human genome, researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a series of genes that become fused when their chromosomes trade places with each other.
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