Cancer-causing mutations rewire growth signaling in prostate cancer model

Experts in cell signaling at the Babraham Institute have identified how prostate cancer cells achieve cell growth free from the usual growth cues and regulators. This discovery has implications for potential therapeutics in prostate cancer and other cancer types as understanding more about this network remodeling and the drivers of cellular growth provides molecular targets for drugs to stop tumor progression.

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