Scientists at the Dana-Farber American Cancer Research Institute have discovered molecular targets in malignant tumor cells for two types of cancer that can not be treated. MedicalXpress reported that sarcoma sarcoma is "a rare type of soft tissue cancer that is usually detected in young people," and tumors of children under two years of age , Which affects the brain, kidneys and other organs of the body. The researchers found that the development of synovial sarcoma and pediatric tumors was caused by the reconstitution of chromatin in the ncBAF compound, which contributes to the regulation of the activity of a number of genes and plays an important role in the packaging of chromatin, a chromosome composed of DNA and acid RNA and protein. The researchers also discovered the presence of BRD9 and GLTSCR1 in the ncBAF compound, which are unique subunits not found in similar compounds. The scientists hope that their results will help to devise novel methods of effective treatment of synovial sarcoma and pediatric tumors.


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