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NEW YORK – Researchers have uncovered thousands of gene pairs whose expression levels could account for the tissue specificity of cancer driver genes and influence patients' survival as well as drug response.

While scientists have previously investigated interactions between pairs of genes in cancer, particularly ones that lead to synthetic lethality, a University of Maryland team has expanded on those studies to include additional types of gene pairs.

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