TINY molecule has BIG effect in childhood brain tumor studies – sometimes small things make the biggest differences

A new study by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that a molecule thousands of times smaller than a gene is able to kill medulloblastoma, the most common childhood brain cancer. This tiny molecule, named MiR-584-5p, is quite efficient in its action. MiR-584-5p sensitizes the cancer to chemotherapy and radiation, making it plausible to treat … Continue reading TINY molecule has BIG effect in childhood brain tumor studies – sometimes small things make the biggest differences

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