One of the causes of cancer is the mutation of genes that encode proteins in the biochemical pathway regulated by PDGF. How could such mutations cause cancer?

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Such mutations could not cause cancer.

  

Cancer could result if the mutations altered the biochemical pathway so that PDGF stimulated cell division.

  

Cancer could result if the mutations caused the biochemical pathway to become permanently inactive.

  

Cancer could result if the mutations caused the biochemical pathway to become permanently active.

 

asked Dec 26, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Cancer could result if the mutations caused the biochemical pathway to become permanently active.

 

answered Dec 26, 2012 by anonymous

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