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|Title:||Functional analysis of altered Tenascin isoform expression in breast cancer|
|Authors:||Alcock, R. A.|
Pringle, J. H.
Shaw, J. A.
Holliday, D. L.
Walker, R. A.
Jones, J. L.
|Citation:||Breast Cancer Research, 2006, 8(Suppl 2):P20|
|Abstract:||Background: Cellular interactions with the extracellular matrix (ECM) control many aspects of cell function. The complex ECM protein Tenascin-C (TN), which exists as multiple isoforms, is upregulated in breast cancer. We previously have identified a change in the TN isoform profile in breast cancer, with detection of two additional isoforms — TN16 and TN14/16 — not seen in normal breast . The purpose of this study was to investigate directly the effects of these tumour-associated TNC isoforms on breast cancer cell behaviour.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine|
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