Scientists Link Proteins That Keep Cells Multiplying to Cancer

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Scientists link proteins that keep cells multiplying to cancer
Scientists link proteins that keep cells multiplying to cancer
The study - led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - finds that a family of RNA-binding proteins known as Musashi proteins are involved in the control of cancer, particularly in a subtype of breast cancer. The researchers suggest the Musashi proteins may force cancer cells to change to and remain locked in a state where they multiply at a faster rate.
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