45 Noncoding Genes Linked to Prostate Cancer Development, with Future Potiential for Tailored Therapies

45 Noncoding Genes Linked to Prostate Cancer Development, with Future Potiential for Tailored Therapies
A recent study led by scientists at Toronto’s Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network, have identified 45 genes linked to the development and progression of prostate cancer. The study, “Modulation of long noncoding RNAs by risk SNPs underlying genetic predispositions to prostate cancer,” was published in the journal Nature Genetics. Their findings have potential applications

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Malika Ammam received her MS degree from the University of Pierre et Marie CURIE in July 2002 and her PhD from the University of Paris Sud XI, France in September 2005. From 2006 to 2007, she worked as a research fellow at the University of Kansas in collaboration with Pinnacle Technology Inc. (USA). From 2007 to 2010, she was a research associate at KU Leuven, Belgium. From 2010 to 2012, she worked at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in collaboration with Alcohol Countermeasure Systems Corporation, Canada. She has also held the prestigious Rosalind Franklin fellowship.

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