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Retinoic Acid Represses Genes on Chromosome 12p: Implications for Testicular Cancer Pathogenesis (2005)

Title:

Retinoic Acid Represses Genes on Chromosome 12p: Implications for Testicular Cancer Pathogenesis

Key words:

retinoic acid, chromosone 12p

Research Institution:

Dartmouth University

Location:

New Hampshire

Researcher:

Caryl J Giuliano

Project Description:

Various genes on chromosome 12p that are repressed by retinoic acid and correlate with retinoic acid-induced loss of tumourigenicity were discovered. This postdoctoral study investigated whether these retinoic acid-repressed genes have oncogenic properties.

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