Specific Classes of RNA Potentially Linked to Prostate Cancer Progression

Specific Classes of RNA Potentially Linked to Prostate Cancer Progression
A study led by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Pennsylvania recently revealed that specific noncoding RNA molecules can play a role in prostate cancer development, the second most common cancer in men. The study is entitled “Noncoding RNAs that associate with YB-1 alter proliferation in prostate cancer cells” and was

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