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November 5, 2018

Cancer Cells Exploit an Orphan RNA to Drive Metastatic Progression

Here we performed a systematic search to identify breast-cancer-specific small noncoding RNAs, which we have collectively termed orphan noncoding RNAs (oncRNAs). We subsequently discovered that one of these oncRNAs, which originates from the 3′ end of TERC, acts as a regulator of gene expression and is a robust promoter of breast cancer metastasis...

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