Long Non-Coding RNA Induces Growth and Impairs Death in Prostate Cancer Cells, According to Study

Long Non-Coding RNA Induces Growth and Impairs Death in Prostate Cancer Cells, According to Study
Researchers at the University of Tokyo in Japan have shown that a long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) called a suppressor of cytokine signaling 2-antisense transcript 1 (SOCS2-AS1) may be involved in prostate cancer development by impairing cell death. lncRNAs are RNA molecules that do not code for a protein but are implicated in a variety of

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