Refined method to peer into cancer cells' inner working unlocks the interactome

For a long time, cancer genetics and epigenetics researchers have been focusing on alterations in genes and proteins to understand what makes a cell turn cancerous and become malignant. In the nucleus of the cell, there is crosstalk between highly complex gene networks, controlled by small dispersed regulatory elements through the physical contact of DNA regions.

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