Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, October 16th, 2003
"Tetrathiomolybdate (TM), a specific copper chelator, has been shown to be a potent antiangiogenic and antimetastatic compound possibly through suppression of the NFkappaB signaling cascade. To further delineate the molecular mechanism of the anticancer effect of TM, we investigated whether TM has antineoplastic activity in the setting of genetic NFkappaB inhibition. In this study, SUM149 inflammatory breast carcinoma cells were transfected with a dominant-negative IkappaBkappa (S32AS36A) expression vector," scientists in the United States reported.
"Similar to TM-treated SUM149...
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