Oncogenes and Cell Growth
Whether a cell enters a specific growth or differentiation program is governed in part by its response to signals from various external stimuli - such as polypeptide growth factors. The signals are transmitted through the cell to the nucleus where they can be turned into a response by the cell through activation of various genetic programs.
KeywordsCodon Tyrosine Leukemia Adenocarcinoma Glycine
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