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Researchers discover a new mechanism in childhood kidney cancer

"To execute their respective manuals, the cells employ so-called chromatin reader proteins that identify which gene is up for expression. Now a new study has found that a problem in this gene-regulatory process may cause normal cells to turn malignant and produce Wilms’ tumor, the most common kidney cancer in children."

Read more: https://www.rockefeller.edu/news/27051-wilms-tumor-new-mechanism/

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