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18 Aug 2018

Indicate whether each of the following descriptions better applies to proto-oncogenes (P) or tumor suppressor genes (T). Your answer would be a five-letter string composed of letters P and T only, e.g. PPPTT.

Cancer mutations in these genes are responsible for most hereditary cancers.

Cancer can result from translocations that place these genes under the control of wildly active promoters.

Cancer mutations in these genes are usually recessive.

These genes show increased promoter methylation in cancer cells.

Cancer mutations in these genes include gene duplications.

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Irving Heathcote
Irving HeathcoteLv2
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