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ONLINE COVER This week, Kong et al. show that the kinase PLK1 promotes the growth of some lung cancers by stimulating the expression of RET, which encodes a receptor kinase that increases the activity of a tumor growth–promoting pathway. The image shows stained lung tissues from mouse models of KRAS-mutant lung adenocarcinoma.

Credit: Kong et al./Science Signaling

Science Signaling

  • Volume 15|
  • Issue 754|
  • 4 Oct 2022

ONLINE COVER This week, Kong et al. show that the kinase PLK1 promotes the growth of some lung cancers by stimulating the expression of RET, which encodes a receptor kinase that increases the activity of a tumor growth–promoting pathway. The image shows stained lung tissues from mouse models of KRAS-mutant lung adenocarcinoma.

Credit: Kong et al./Science Signaling

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