Cancer suppressing gene discovered.
A study from the University of Melbourne has discovered a vital genetic mechanism that sheds light on how a vital cancer-suppressing gene prevents tumors from developing. This can help to identify patients that are at higher risk for the development of specific cancers. This can also create new and safer treatments that target cancer development.
The p53 gene has been known about for decades and the subsequent p53 protein it encodes is a major protective factor in the development of cancer. It is known as the "tumor suppressor gene". Mutations or dysregulation in this gene are found to be causative in over half of all cancers and even found to play a role in over 70% of colon and pancreatic cancers.
The protein acts as a "guard" in the cell division process, identifying DNA damage or mutation. If the DNA damage or mutation is too significant to prepare, the p53 signals apoptosis which triggers cell death before mutations can replicate. If the p53 gene is not working properly, then damaged cells can replicate causing cancerous tissue to grow and multiply. (Haridy, 2018)
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Haridy, R. (2018, June 13). Breakthrough research answers mysteries behind vital cancer-suppressing gene. Retrieved from https://newatlas.com/tumor-suppressing-gene-p53-mechanism-discovered/55015/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2018-06-13 143910 USA Daily Basic 2018-06-13 144432 Solar-powered harvester sucks drinkable water out of thin air&utm_content=2018-06-13 143910 USA Daily Basic 2018-06-13 144432 Solar-powered harvester sucks drinkable water out of thin air CID_31b9b71892f079b24415f63eec000160&utm_source=Campaign Monitor&utm_term=Breakthrough research answers mysteries behind vital cancer-suppressing gene