A new therapy for tongue cancer could be in the offing, with a team of scientists at the Department of Biotechnology’s Hyderabad-based Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics coming out with a new insight into the mechanism by which an anti-cancer protein helps in the development of cancer when it mutates.
In a new study, CDFD scientists have identified a rare p53 form of tongue cancer in Indians, which causes these mutant p53 cancers. Scientists collected samples after surgery and screened them to convert into a TP53 gene. This gene is a sequence of nucleotides in DNA, which are symbolic points for preparing p53 proteins.
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