antioncogene


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an·ti·on·co·gene

 (ăn′tē-ŏn′kə-jēn, -ŏng′-, ăn′tī-)
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According to the author, "it is not an oncogene, nor an antioncogene, and it may be a mixture of both, but certainly it is an unremitting molecule pursuit the maintenance of the genome integrity" (HAINAUT & HOLLSTEIN, 2000).
Se pudo determinar entonces que el gen silvestre estaba actuando como un antioncogene o supresor tumoral.
To date, there is no argument favoring a viral infection or deregulation of a unique oncogene or antioncogene.