Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 22nd, 2005
"The human CC3/TIP30 gene is a putative metastasis suppressor gene, based on the results of experimental studies using lung, colon and melanoma cell lines. However, there is very little evidence from studies on clinical material, in support of such a role for the gene."
"In this study," wrote D.H. Zhang and colleagues, National University Singapore, "we evaluated the expression of CC3/TIP30 in human breast cancer tissue and investigated the possible associations with the clinicopathological parameters."
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