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Mutant “Partners in Crime” Make Blood Cancer Deadlier

News   Oct 03, 2019 | Original story from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

 
Mutant “Partners in Crime” Make Blood Cancer Deadlier

In AML, defective blood cells (stained purple) are present. When the cells have a double mutation of both the IDH2 and SRSF2 genes (bottom right), the number of defective cells rises considerably, indicating a more lethal disease. Credit: Krainer lab/CSHL, 2019

 
 
 

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