New Mechanism Behind Bone Cancer Discovered in Dogs

Posted on February 26, 2015

From FierceAnimalHealth: Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison veterinary school have identified one biological mechanism by which bone cancer forms in dogs. They discovered that a gene called Frizzled-6 relays growth signals inside and outside of cells, but this normal process can go awry, causing cancer. The finding may be relevant to human oncology research. Check out this article about it.

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