Scientists at The University of Nottingham have found that a group of genetic rogue elements, produced by DNA sequences commonly known as 'junk DNA,' could help diagnose breast and bowel cancer. Their research, funded by Cancer Research UK, is published in this month's Genomics journal...
- 'Junk DNA' could spotlight breast and bowel cancerTue, 5 Jan 2010, 11:32:16 EST
- UNC Lineberger scientists lead cancer genome analysis of breast cancerSun, 23 Sep 2012, 16:32:04 EDT
- Key information about breast cancer risk and development is found in 'junk' DNAThu, 16 Dec 2010, 16:04:03 EST
- Breast cancer genome shows evolution, instability of cancerMon, 15 Dec 2008, 12:30:28 EST
- Decoding tumor genomes reveals clues to spread of deadly breast cancerWed, 14 Apr 2010, 14:05:24 EDT