Immune Gene Study Uncovers Cytokine Alterations Associated with Colorectal Cancer Progression | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Copy number and expression shifts involving cytokine immune genes in colorectal cancer samples can offer insights into immune involvement in the disease and its propensity for progression, a new study suggests.

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