Sloan-Kettering Team IDs Non-PSA-Producing Cells Potentially Linked to Prostate Cancer Development

Characterized by the co-expression of three surface marker proteins – TRA-1-60, CD151, and CD166 – the cells offer insights into the molecular basis of human prostate cancer and suggest potential new therapeutic and biomarker strategies for the disease, said one of the scientists.

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