Study Demonstrates a Novel Approach to Target Enhancer-Addicted Cancers

December 27, 2021

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Almost ninety percent of prostate cancers are caused by genetic drivers. Experts at the U-M Rogel Cancer Center recently discovered what is responsible for controlling how DNA fits in the nucleus. This complex is what gives energy that allows enhancer elements to unwrap DNA and lead to the expression of cancer-causing genes.

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