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Dresden scientists develop a sensor for the most important human cancer gene

19:00 EST 13 Nov 2017 | AAAS

(Technische Universität Dresden) The molecular smoke detector works like a TP53 sensor, which monitors the correct function of the gene. A non-functional TP53 gene is going to activate the sensor, which initiates cell death. Results from this study from the research team of Prof. Frank Buchholz are now published in the journal Nature Communications.

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