Published in Law and Health Weekly, November 27th, 2004
"S100 proteins belong to the EF-hand Ca2+ -binding protein family and regulate a variety of cellular processes via interaction with different target proteins. Several diseases, including cancer and melanoma, are related to the abnormal expression of S100 proteins, which are expressed in cell- and tissue-specific manners," said T. Kanamori and colleagues, Kyoto University.
When these researchers studied the expression of S100 proteins in human uterine smooth muscle...
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