Protein-blocking Molecule May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer Spreading, Study Says

Protein-blocking Molecule May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer Spreading, Study Says
The small non-coding molecule miR-194 may promote the spread of prostate cancer by blocking the anticancer protein SOCS2, a study says. The finding provides new insight into the molecular mechanisms driving metastasis — or the spread of — prostate cancer. Gene expression is the translation of information encoded in a gene into protein or RNA structures that

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