anti-oncogene

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • anti-oncogene — an·ti on·co·gene äŋ kō .jēn n TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE …   Medical dictionary

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  • recessive oncogene — A single copy of this gene is sufficient to suppress cell proliferation; the loss of both copies of the gene contributes to cancer formation. Synonym: anti oncogene recessive acting oncogene. See: oncogene …   Glossary of Biotechnology

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  • tumour suppressor gene — ▪ pathology also called  Anti oncogene,         any of a class of genes that are normally involved in regulating cell growth but that may become cancer causing when damaged. Tumour suppressor genes encode for proteins that are involved in… …   Universalium

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  • tumor suppressor gene — n any of a class of genes (as p53) that act in normal cells to inhibit unrestrained cell division and that when inactivated (as by mutation) place the cell at increased risk for malignant proliferation called also anti oncogene * * * a gene whose …   Medical dictionary

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