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The TP53 is a gene that instructs the cell to produce tumor protein (p53) ; a vital transcription factor and tumor suppressor. P53 is known as the “guardian of the genome” as it helps in regulating the cell cycle and acts as a tumor suppressor.
Scientists have developed the first mouse model Werner’s syndrome

Scientists have developed the first mouse model Werner’s syndrome

Possible role for BK virus in development of prostate cancer

Possible role for BK virus in development of prostate cancer

Alterations in a tumor suppressor gene called p53 are more prevalent in breast cancer of African-American women than white women

Alterations in a tumor suppressor gene called p53 are more prevalent in breast cancer of African-American women than white women

The p53 transcription factor plays a vital role in preventing cancer onset

The p53 transcription factor plays a vital role in preventing cancer onset

New compound, ZK-CDK combines the inhibition of tumour cell growth as well as inhibition of tumour angiogenesis in one single molecule

New compound, ZK-CDK combines the inhibition of tumour cell growth as well as inhibition of tumour angiogenesis in one single molecule

African-American women less likely to survive breast cancer than white women

African-American women less likely to survive breast cancer than white women

New way by which cells can become cancerous may solve mystery with lung cancer

New way by which cells can become cancerous may solve mystery with lung cancer

Researchers find an entirely new way by which cells can become cancerous

Researchers find an entirely new way by which cells can become cancerous

World's first gene therapy trial aimed at preventing cancer

World's first gene therapy trial aimed at preventing cancer

UK scientists have discovered cancer cells life and death scenario following anti-cancer treatment

UK scientists have discovered cancer cells life and death scenario following anti-cancer treatment

p53 protein peptide stops cancer in its tracks

p53 protein peptide stops cancer in its tracks