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In The Eye of the Medulloblastoma

News   Mar 13, 2018 | Original Story from CNRS

 
Can Genes Normally Only Expressed in the Eye be Activated in Brain Tumours?

Section of normal cerebellum (left), and cerebellum with medulloblastoma (right). The medulloblastoma expresses genes normally active in the retina only, including NRL and CRX, which play a role in the formation of the tumour. Credit: CNRS

 
 
 

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