The miR-22 paradox of p53: p53 target gene miR-22 enhances Breast Cancer Stemness and Metastasis

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Prof Pandolfi PP from Harvard Medical School (Boston, USA) reports in Cell that p53 target gene, miR-22, which has earlier been shown to promote apoptosis and senescence, enhances Breast Cancer Stemness and Metastasis by suppressing the expression of yet another p53 target gene, miR-200.

Views shared byDr L Boominathan Ph.D., Genome-2- Bio-Medicine Discovery center (GBMD), India. 


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