The role of E-cadherin - 160C/A polymorphism in breast cancer

Gaojian Luo, Diyu Huang, Ran Tao, Jianfeng Chen
2016 Open Life Sciences  
AbstractBreast cancer is the most prevalent cancer in women worldwide. Numerous studies have suggested that the E-cadherin adhesion system is dysregulated in cancer cells. These impaired functions of E-cadherin contribute to releasing cancer cells from the primary lesion to cell dedifferentiation. Some studies have shown that polymorphism may affect
doi:10.1515/biol-2016-0015 fatcat:qc3go7jmmrfo7liu4bbnkvzrhy