Altered profiles in nuclear matrix proteins associated with DNA in situ during progression of breast cancer cells.

Abstract

Nuclear matrix proteins (NMPs) show promise as informative biomarkers in following the pathogenesis of breast cancer. The nuclear matrix is a dynamic RNA-protein network involved in the organization and expression of chromatin. Cisplatin, which preferentially cross-links nuclear matrix proteins to DNA in situ, may be used to identify NMPs that organize and… (More)

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