RNAi, Meet P53: Cancer Research Uses Gene Silencing to Uncover Details of the P53 Pathway | GenomeWeb

Cancer has proven to be a tempting target for RNA interference — and not just as a potential therapeutic approach. The gene-silencing technology is also being used to identify suitable targets for all varieties of cancer drugs, and one researcher at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory believes that it could help answer some of the many questions still surrounding the widely researched tumor-suppressor gene p53.

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