Japanese researchers identify 25 potential targets for leukemia drugs

02/4/2010 | Reuters

Japanese scientists found 25 DNA stretches in leukemia cells that each might serve as a target for medicines that eliminate leukemia stem cells. The breakthrough could especially benefit research on treatments for acute myeloid leukemia, which is usually fatal when patients relapse.

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