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Study identifies miR122 target sites in liver cancer and links a gene to patient survival

04:08 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

A new study of a molecule that regulates liver-cell metabolism and suppresses liver-cancer development shows that the molecule interacts with thousands of genes in liver cells, and that when levels of the molecule go down, which often happens during liver-cancer development, the activity of certain cancer-promoting genes goes up. 

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