New Technique Identifies 10 Times More DNA Variations Associated with Prostate Cancer

New Technique Identifies 10 Times More DNA Variations Associated with Prostate Cancer
A new approach to detecting DNA variations that may be associated with prostate cancer has found 10 times as many variations as the most common approach, according to a study. The research, “Next-Generation Mapping Reveals Novel Large Genomic Rearrangements In Prostate Cancer,” was published in Oncotarget. Complex rearrangements of structures in DNA can trigger the development

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