Genetic mutations linked to familial prostate cancer

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Bethesda, MD-Mutations in the gene encoding 2-5-oligoadenylate(2-5A)-dependentRNase L (RNASEL) have been found to be associated with prostate cancer inmembers of high-risk families. The recently published research comes frominvestigators from the National Institutes of Health's National Human GenomeResearch Institute and collaborators from industry and several other publicand private institutions.

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