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Tool Reveals Molecular Causes of Disease Including Infant Cancer

News   Mar 01, 2019 | Original story from Princeton University

 
Tool Reveals Molecular Causes of Disease Including Infant Cancer

In a demonstration of a tool for revealing molecular differences between diseases, researchers discovered four genes associated with a rare pediatric cancer. The image on the left shows a normal cell while the one on the right highlights one of the discovered genes in neuroblastoma, which afflicts babies and young children. Credit: Troyanskaya Lab

 
 
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