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Researchers identified a group of proteins that are mutated in about one-fifth of all human cancers. The Stanford University School of Medicine team says the finding suggests that the proteins, which are members of a protein complex called BAF (or mammalian SWI/SNF) that affects how DNA is packaged in cells, work to suppress the development of tumors in many types of tissues.
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