antioncogene


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an·ti·on·co·gene

 (ăn′tē-ŏn′kə-jēn, -ŏng′-, ăn′tī-)
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To date, there is no argument favoring a viral infection or deregulation of a unique oncogene or antioncogene.
The programme content includes introduction and classifications of cancer, oncogenes, antioncogenes or Tumor suppressor genes, cancer epigenetic and regulation of oncognesis, analysis of genomic data and diet and cancer.
the oncogenes and antioncogenes, specific point mutations at specific