August 16, 2016

New research published on the role of noncoding RNA in prostate cancer

Dr. He

Noncoding RNA may play a bigger role in driving prostate cancer development and progression that previously thought. 

On Monday the University Health Network’s Princess Margaret Cancer Centre announced that prostate cancer researchers, funded in part by OICR, have pinpointed the key regulatory role of 45 noncoding genes in the development and progression of prostate cancer. The research was published in Nature Genetics.

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