This Week in Nature

In this week's Nature, Rockefeller University researchers provide insights into a pathway that regulates the spread of breast cancer. Specifically, they discovered that a protein called TARBP2, which plays a role in microRNA processing, is elevated in metastatic cells and metastatic breast cancer tumors.

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