Intracellular signaling proteins help induce the transcription of


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Intracellular signaling proteins help induce the transcription of genes that promote cell division. If the regulatory sequences for these genes are damaged and the genes are over expressed, what could happen to the cell? A. The cell will divide at a faster rate B. The cell might become cancerous C. The mutation might be detected and corrected D. The mutation might persist in that cell line (be found in that cell’s offspring) E. All of the above are possible

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