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Detecting presence of the protein αB-crystallin could help predict whether certain breast cancers are likely to spread to the brain. In triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), tumors commonly express αB-crystallin, a molecular chaperone that has been shown to promote metastasis in animal models....
The risk of developing breast cancer (BC) is associated with higher bone density. An increased chance of osteoporotic fractures in breast cancer survivors is unrelated to bone density levels or chemotherapy treatment. However, the connection between bone density and BC survivors who suffer...
The growth factor activin A is overexpressed in breast cancer cells and is involved in tumor progression. Thus, targeting activin A or other proteins in the same pathway could provide a new strategy for treating breast cancer patients. A team led by Paturu Kondaiah from the Indian Institute of...
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