Genome sequence may hold key to combating Tasmanian devil cancer

09/16/2010 | Google

Researchers from Australia said they have successfully mapped the Tasmanian devil genome, which could aid in the fight against a cancer that has killed about 70% of the species. One researcher said the data could help scientists identify which mutant genes had triggered the cancer tumor and potentially target those genes with certain drugs.

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