A cell phone–based microscope can identify mutations in tumor tissue and image products of DNA sequencing reactions.
January 23, 2002|
Prostate cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death among men, but little is known about its causes, genetic or otherwise. In January 22 Advance Online Publication Nature Genetics, a group of researchers at 14 institutions in the US, Finland and Sweden, coordinated by National Institute of Health, Bethesda, US, describe a candidate tumor suppressor gene that is mutated in families in which men have a high risk of developing prostate cancer.Carpten et al. examined a region on chromosome