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A team from China describes potential ties between lung adenocarcinoma and a long, non-coding RNA called LINC00673-v4. Starting with a luciferase assay, insights gleaned from the Cancer Genome Atlas transcriptome sequencing efforts, and a rapid amplification of cDNA ends experiment, the researchers found a LINC00673 isoform that appeared to influence WNT/beta-catenin signaling in lung adenocarcinoma cells.

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