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RNA editing contributes to myeloma pathogenesis

Teoh PJ et al. Blood. 2018;132(12):1304-17

Key clinical point: ADAR1-mediated editing of messenger RNA may be an important mechanism in multiple myeloma pathogenesis.

Major finding: ADAR1-mediated editing of NEIL1 leads to a weakened DNA base excision repair mechanism.

Study details: Experimental series using plasma samples from healthy volunteers and patients with multiple myeloma.

Disclosures: The study was supported by the National Research Foundation Singapore, the Singapore Ministry of Education, and the National University of Singapore. The authors reported having no competing financial interests.

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Citation:

Teoh PJ et al. Blood. 2018;132(12):1304-17.