Extrachromosomal DNA is common in human cancer and drives poor patient outcomes

Extrachromosomal DNA is common in human cancer and drives poor patient outcomes
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The multiplication of genes located in extrachromosomal DNA that have the potential to cause cancer drives poor patient outcomes across many cancer types, according to a Nature Genetics study published Aug. 17, 2020 by a team of researchers including the University of California San Diego.

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