Forty genes have been identified by investigators from London's Institute of Cancer Research that could become potential therapeutic targets. As reported in the journal Leukemia, the researchers were able to pinpoint coding and noncoding mutations linked to the development of multiple myeloma while examining whole-genome sequencing data from 765 patients.
Scientists identify 40 potential drug targets in multiple myeloma study
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