Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, February 16th, 2006
"Quantitative and/or qualitative alteration of actin cytoskeletal molecules, involved in the regulation of cellular dynamic functions, should be intimately related with cancer phenotypes. Based on several lines of experimental evidence from our group, and others, this report proposes a strategy to simultaneously attack cancer cells and protect the host from cancer invasion, with one molecule," wrote S. Taniguchi and colleagues, Shinshu University.
"Calponin h1, an actin-stabilizing protein that is also intimately related to signal...
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