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Long RNAs wire up cancer growth

The discovery of long non-coding RNAs that control the liaisons between a transcription factor with a key role in prostate cancer and its target genes sheds light on how RNAs dictate information flow in the cell nucleus. See Letter p.598

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Figure 1: Long non-coding RNAs and prostate-cancer growth.

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Schmitt, A., Chang, H. Long RNAs wire up cancer growth. Nature 500, 536–537 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature12548

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