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Protein RAL associated with aggressive characteristics in prostate, bladder and skin cancers

We have known for years that when the proteins RalA and RalB are present, cells in dishes copy toward aggressive forms of cancer. However, until this week, no study had explored the effects of RAL proteins in human cancers - an essential step on the path to developing drugs to target these proteins. From… Protein RAL associated with aggressive characteristics in prostate, bladder and skin cancers   



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