The Protein Lasso Implicated in Breast Cancer

News   Apr 25, 2018 | Original Story by Lisbeth Heilesen for Aarhus University

 
The Protein Lasso Implicated in Breast Cancer

The long non-coding RNA called A-ROD functions as a lasso to recruit proteins to the DKK1 gene. Figure Credit: Evgenia Ntini

 

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