Genome-wide analysis indicates gene pathways linked to kidney cancer

The following is an edited excerpt.

A genome-wide analysis shows that alterations in gene pathways that govern cellular metabolism and those that maintain the DNA and proteins that make up chromatin contribute to development of the most common form of adult kidney cancer called clear cell renal cell carcinoma, said The Cancer Genome Atlas consortium, in a report in Nature.

Read the full story here: Metabolism, chromatin state gene implicated in common kidney cancer



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