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First-time discovery of a common pattern in gene regulation

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News Articles
DATE
07 December 2017

The Centenary Institute announces first-time discovery of a common pattern in gene

regulation which could provide clues for new treatments for cancer and other diseases.

Cancer and many other diseases are caused by mistakes in the body's gene regulation process, which can occur when damaged cells do not properly self-regulate. Understanding the process which determines whether or not genes are successfully controlled, is the key to treating and finding cures for cancers and many other diseases.

The Centenary Institute is a member group of Sydney Catalyst.

 

Contact: Centenary Institute Media and Communications Manager, Jessica Bowditch, j.bowditch@centenary.org.au , 0421983393.

For more information about Centenary Institute, visit www.centenary.org.au

 

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