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Newly discovered protein function linked to breast cancerTags: barrow neurological institute, cancer, collaboration, tgen, university of arizona
[Source: InSciences] - UA researchers participated in the discovery of an unexpected role played by a protein molecule, making it a candidate for a biomarker or drug target for breast cancer.
University of Arizona researchers are part of an international team that has discovered a new cellular mechanism that is associated with the development of breast cancer.
Identifying and understanding novel components of signaling networks, the scientists say, are likely to reveal new therapeutic targets for personalized medicine.
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