Researchers link RhoB gene to bone marrow disease

09/30/2009 | Grand Rapids Press (Mich.), The

In addition to the Drf1 gene, researchers have associated the RhoB gene with the progression of myelodysplastic syndrome, a bone marrow disease that can develop into leukemia. Lacking RhoB proteins hastens the progression of MDS, and analyzing the levels of the gene in patients with advanced MDS might open the way for improved treatment options, researchers said.

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