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This Week in Nature

In Nature Genetics this week, an international team of researchers report on the use of a transposon mutagenesis screen in mice to identify genes and evolutionary forces driving the progression of colorectal cancer. They also discovered a set of genes that appear to be important for malignant tumor progression and a new human colorectal cancer suppressor gene that could potentially be involved in other cancers.

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