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That ‘Sticky’ Chromosomes Have Role In Kidney Cancer April 4, 2009

Posted by Dreamhealer in Cancer, Dreamhealer, Genetics, Kidney Cancer.
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Van Andel Institute (VAI) researchers have found that when chromosomes “stick” together during the cell division process, an outcome known as somatic chromosome pairing, the result in two types of kidney cancer is disruption of a gene critical for cellular response to changes in oxygen levels. Read More…

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