Finding sheds light on protein’s part in cell behavior
Sept. 27, 2010
| By Colleen Steelquist
Researchers in the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Basic Sciences Division’s Eisenman Lab have discovered a novel function of a cancer-causing gene known as Myc, which is critically important in the progression of many types of cancer. Previous studies of the Myc protein have shown that it regulates gene expression in the nucleus.