Join Professor Bracken in this on-demand webinar as he discusses the connections between Polycombs and cancer by considering a number of early and more recent studies on the subject, and provides a perspective on the future and how this knowledge could be harnessed for improved cancer therapies.
- Introduction: Polycombs are repressors of developmental genes
- Polycombs initially presumed to be oncogenes: The INK4A and DNA methylation links
- The NGS revolution: Polycombs are both oncogenes and tumour suppressors
- Future cancer therapy and perspective
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