Ateeq A. Al-Nasser

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In a high proportion of Burkitt lymphomas, transcription of the c-myc gene is initiated from a cryptic promoter in the first intron, creating abnormal messenger RNA molecules in which intron sequences, normally spliced out of the nascent transcripts, persist. An antisense oligodeoxynucleotide directed against these intron sequences greatly inhibited the(More)
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