Researchers Identify Key Enzyme for Prostate Cancer Development

Researchers Identify Key Enzyme for Prostate Cancer Development
A recent study published in The American Journal of Pathology by Thomas Jefferson University researchers has shown that the absence of a specific sirtuin enzyme, SIRT1, can result in the formation of early prostate cancer in animal models of the disease. Sirtuin enzymes are a class of proteins endowed with deacylase activity, and have been linked with

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