Jay Bradner's All About the Epigenetics | GenomeWeb

In Nature, Amy Maxmen profiles Dana-Farber Cancer Institute researcher Jay Bradner, who says the way to fight cancer is to control epigenetics and essentially make cancer cells forget what their purpose is. "Findings over the past 10 years have strongly implicated dysregulation of epigenetic instructions in cancer, where growth-driving genes express like crazy and genes that keep cell division in check are silenced," Maxmen says.

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