Tumor Suppressor Genes


Definition of Tumor suppressor genes Tumor suppressor genes are normal genes that encode proteins who take part in cell life. Tumor suppressor genes have an inhibitory function and normally they prevent tumor growth. In case these genes are turned off, Read more The post Tumor Suppressor Genes appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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