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Unconventional translation in cancer

Nature volume 541, pages 471472 (26 January 2017) | Download Citation

Translation of RNA into proteins is a fundamental process for all cells. Analysis of a mouse model of skin cancer uncovers an atypical RNA-translation program that has a vital role in tumour formation. See Article p.494

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  1. Marianne Terndrup Pedersen and Kim B. Jensen are at the Biotech Research and Innovation Centre, University of Copenhagen, DK-2200 Copenhagen, Denmark.

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