P53 gene

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&nbsp;p53, also known as a tumour supressor protein, is a gene coding for a protein that helps regulate normal cell growth and multiplication <ref>http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/p53-gene</ref>. This protein is found in the nucleus of all cells in the human body.This gene plays a critical role in suppressing tumours by inhibiting the division and growth of damaged cells, without which cancer would occur&nbsp;<ref>http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/p53-gene</ref>.  
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p53, also known as a tumour supressor [[protein|protein]], is a [[gene|gene]] coding for a protein that helps regulate normal cell growth and multiplication<ref>http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/p53-gene</ref>. This protein is found in the [[nucleus|nucleus]] of all cells in the human body.This gene plays a critical role in suppressing tumours by inhibiting the division and growth of damaged cells, without which [[cancer|cancer]] would occur<ref>http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/p53-gene</ref>.  
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Latest revision as of 13:20, 4 December 2018

p53, also known as a tumour supressor protein, is a gene coding for a protein that helps regulate normal cell growth and multiplication[1]. This protein is found in the nucleus of all cells in the human body.This gene plays a critical role in suppressing tumours by inhibiting the division and growth of damaged cells, without which cancer would occur[2].

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  1. http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/p53-gene
  2. http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/p53-gene
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