Though several researchers have tried, not many have been able to find the reasons behind the causes of cancer among people. However, it is the first time when a study has been taken to know the details of cancer cells. The main aim was to see the cancer cells and know how these cells expand.
Study researchers from Garvan Institute, Sydney, said that they have conducted a study in which they have found that even in cancer cells, there are genes which opt for one and off mode. On and off mode of the cancer cells, enables them to grow.
While conducting the study, the study researchers have also found a non-coding microRNA which is said to be playing a vital role in prostate cancer and in other forms of cancer as well. Experts said that the study would help researcher a lot at the time when they would be developing a diagnostic tool for prostate cancer.
"We are excited, because this is the first study to investigate this class of microRNAs at the epigenetic level in prostate cancer", said Professor Susan Clark.
Clark affirmed that they would now be developing a biomarker which will help them in clinical testing and during the assessment of prostate cancer.
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