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AACR: MicroRNAs in Cancer

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At the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Chicago this week, Rockefeller University's Sohail Tavazoie discussed his work on determining the role of miRNAs in metastasis. Tavazoie wondered if miRNAs could suppress metastasis, and whether characterization of such miRNAs could provide insight into cancer's cellular pathways. In their analysis of lung and bone metastases, Tavazoie and his team identified eight miRNAs that were silenced.

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