Young cancer researchers rewarded.

  • Karen Honey
  • Published 2009 in The Journal of clinical investigation

Abstract

generate truncated ETS proteins — rather than chimeric proteins — that are believed to drive prostate cancer development. Given the prevalence of prostate cancer (it accounts for approximately one-third of all cancer diagnoses in American men), researchers are seeking to determine whether TMPRSS2:ETS fusion genes provide an early detection diagnostic marker… (More)
DOI: 10.1172/JCI41648

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@article{Honey2009YoungCR, title={Young cancer researchers rewarded.}, author={Karen Honey}, journal={The Journal of clinical investigation}, year={2009}, volume={119 12}, pages={3500} }