The RNA Editing Landscape in Acute Myeloid Leukemia Reveals Associations with Disease Mutations and Clinical Outcome
Using high throughput transcriptomic data from The Cancer Genome Atlas, scientists demonstrated higher levels of RNA editing as a predictor of poor outcome within the acute myeloid leukemia patient samples.
[Prostate Cancer Foundation] The Prostate Cancer Foundation announced four inaugural Class of 2022 TACTICAL Award recipients. This $30 million program will support cross-disciplinary pioneering research toward the goal of developing 21st Century therapies for the most life-threatening form of prostate cancer.
[Nature Communications] Researchers reported high levels of androgen receptor chromatin binding heterogeneity in human primary prostate tumors, that overlapped with heterogeneity observed in healthy prostate epithelium.