Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 17th, 2008
"First, we show that transfection of RbAP48 into Hs-578T breast cancer cells (Hs-RbAp48-hi) leads to cell size reduction, a rounded cell shape, decreased cellular protrusions, and a higher nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio. Furthermore, we observed cytoskeletal F-actin organization disruption with loss of actin stress fibers and formation of membranous F-actin rings in Hs-RbAp48-hi cells. These morphologic changes were...
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