Team finds mechanism linking key inflammatory marker to cancer

In a new study described in the journal Oncogene, Professor of Biochemistry Lin-Feng Chen and his team reveal how a key player in cell growth, immunity and the inflammatory response can be transformed into a primary contributor to tumor growth.

In a new study described in the journal Oncogene, Professor of Biochemistry Lin-Feng Chen and his team reveal how a key player in cell growth, immunity and the inflammatory response can be transformed into a primary contributor to tumor growth.

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The paper, “BRD4 Maintains Constitutively Active NF-kB in Cancer Cells by Binding to Acetylated RelA,” is available online.

May 19, 2013 All News