What is TUMOUR SUPPRESSOR GENE?

A normal gene that codes for a product that regulates the cell cycle panel so as to suppress cell division and growth. If the gene is inactivated or mutated, the cell switches to rapid division and tumour formation. Also anti-oncogene.


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