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February 18, 2020
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Genome-wide Study Reveals a Pseudogene-Associated Recurrent Gene Fusion in Prostate Cancer

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Pseudogenes are a class of non-coding RNA with unknown functions. While there have been anecdotal observations pseudogene candidates with distinct functional roles, the overall genome-wide expression of pseudogenes in cancer has not reported until recently, with the help of next-generation sequencing technology.

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