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UC associate professor receives NCI grant to study small RNAs in breast cancer metastasis

14:06 EDT 1 Oct 2019 | News-Medical.net

Xiaoting Zhang, PhD, associate professor of cancer biology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, received federal funding, an R01 grant from the National Cancer Institute, to study certain genetic material, known as small RNAs, in breast cancer metastasis (or spread).

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