Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 29th, 2000
Danny R. Welch, PhD, associate professor of pathology, and his team measured the activity on BRMS1 in a number of breast cell lines ranging from nearly normal cell lines to highly metastatic ones. They found that BRMS1 was expressed less as a cell's malignancy increased.
Welch estimates between half and two-thirds of patients with late stage breast cancer lose copies of chromosome 11.
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