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  • Mutations in noncoding genes could play big role in regulating cancer, study finds

    Professor Kannanganattu Prasanth led a team that found that certain genes that don’t code for proteins could play an important regulatory role in breast cancer.

    Professor Kannanganattu Prasanth led a team that found that certain genes that don’t code for proteins could play an important regulatory role in breast cancer.

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  • To reach Kannanganattu Prasanth, call (217) 244-7832; email kumarp@illinois.edu.

    The paper “A natural antisense lncRNA controls breast cancer progression by promoting tumor suppressor gene mRNA stability” is available online.  

    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1007802