Study: Inactivating polymorphism may influence progression of ovarian and luminal breast cancer

New findings show how an inactivating polymorphism in the TLR5 gene, which occurs in more than 1 out of 15 people, plays important role in progression of luminal breast cancer and ovarian cancer
A common polymorphism – a variation in a person’s DNA sequence that is found with regularity in the ge…
Study: Inactivating polymorphism may influence progression of ovarian and luminal breast cancer

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