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LB), with the common denominator being loss of chromosomal material from 3p . Several molecular oncogene studies of RCC have led on from these cytogenetic observations. Deregulation of c-myc, which is located at 8q24, was suggested by the translocation breakpoint of 8q24 observed in familial RCC (Fig. lA); one hypothesis was that activation of c-myc by translocation, which is important in the genesis of Burkitt's lymphoma, might also be important in RCC. Although c-myc is frequently expressed in RCC [3-5], the level of expression appears to be no higher than in normal tissue [3, 6].
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