Friday, March 21, 2008

A Darker Side: Aggressive Breast Cancer

A protein that triggers aggressive breast cancer from

SATB1 is a nuclear protein well known for its crucial role in regulating gene expression during the differentiation and activation of T cells, making it a key player in the immune system. But SATB1 has now revealed a darker side: it is an essential contributing factor in the most aggressive forms of breast cancer.


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