Study of Normally Silent Somatic Tissue Genes Leads to Potential Prognostic Signature in Lung Cancer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A study published online yesterday in Science Translational Medicine suggests that expression levels at around two-dozen genes not normally active in somatic cells can help distinguish aggressive or metastasis-prone lung cancers from lower-risk tumors.

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