Opening chromatin: long-term detriment?

Enhancing chromatin accessibility in cancer could be a liability, not a benefit

An Institute for Research in Biomedicine team has shown increasing chromatin accessibility in cancer could promote tumor aggressiveness, not reduce tumor mutation burden (TMB) as previously thought. The findings, reported last month in Nature Cell Biology, underscore the need to evaluate the long-term effects of chromatin

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