[Oncogenes and the malignancy process].

Abstract

An important group of genes for the development of neoplastic diseases are, in addition to tumour suppressor genes, protooncogenes. The latter are highly preserved genes present in a similar sequence in the cell genomes of different species (yeasts - man). They encode components of biochemical signalling pathways by which external mitotic signals stimulate… (More)

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