Non-coding mutations in the driver seat

By conducting an RNA-sequencing experiment of 103 matched tumour and normal colon mucosa samples from Danish CRC patients, 90 of which were germline-genotyped, researchers from the collaborative European project SYSCOL show that both inherited and acquired mutations in non-coding regions of the genome also contribute to cancer development and progression (Linda Koch, Nature Reviews Genetics).

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