"Bad genes aren't always bad news"

EFE Agency has echoed the research performed by Carles Pons, Research Associate in Patrick Aloy's lab (Structural Bioinformatics and Network Biology) at IRB Barcelona, recently published in Science. The study presents the first comprehensive set of suppressive mutations in a cell. Its findings could help “explain how suppressive mutations combine with disease-causing mutations to soften the blow of a disease, or even completely protect against it”.

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