Washington: Scientist have found a protein that reduces the development of lymphoma or cancer of the lymph nodes, which they say will open up new therapeutic avenues to combat the disease. The study by Scripps Research Institute scientists focuses on the role of this new tumour suppressor in lymphoma induced by Myc oncoproteins (the cancer-promoting products of Myc oncogenes). This circuit is apparently operational in all human tumours with MYC involvement, which is more than half of all human tumour types, the study has found.
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