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Bits of DNA that were once considered useless actually contain instructions for making molecules that help cancer spread, say scientists. What scientists thought was ‘junk DNA’ actually helps cancer spread. The molecules in question are called enhancer RNAs (eRNAs), and a new study conducted by the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) revealed that they
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Cancer cells function less well and are less able to multiply when their internal environment is made more acidic. Making cancer cells more acidic could quell their ability to multiply. This was the conclusion that researchers in the United States and Spain came to after they used a computer model to study the conditions that
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