Widespread RNA circularization events define clinically distinct tumor subtypes

This article describes the results of a multidisciplinary prostate cancer study. Prof. dr. ir. Guido Jenster and his collaborators (NGS ProToCol consortium) showed that clinical roles of circular RNA’s are different from their linear counterparts, promoting cell proliferation in localized prostate cancer. GenomeScan contributed to the RNA sequencing and data processing.

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Prostate cancer article Widespread RNA circularization events define clinically distinct tumor subtypes

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