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In BMC Cancer this week, researchers in China and the US examine the association of proteasome activator REGgamma and multiple oncogenic pathways in four human cancers. The team found over-expression of REGgamma in each of those cancers. "We verified elevated REGgamma gene expression in the four types of cancers and identified genes significantly correlated with REGgamma expression, including genes in p53, Myc pathways, and multiple other cancer-related pathways," the authors write.

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