Study Sees Cigarette Smoke-Related Epigenetic and miRNA Links in Lung Cancer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A study online today in the Journal of Clinical Investigation suggests cigarette smoke may exert some of its negative, cancer-promoting effects through an epigenetic pathway that curtails the activity of a microRNA called miR-487b.

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