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A new study published in Cancer Cell by researchers at the Broad Institute and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute focuses on the cancer gene MCL1, according to a Broad press release. MCL1 inhibits apoptosis, and it is one of the most commonly mutated genes in several different kinds of cancer. The study highlights several compounds that repress MCL1.

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