Angiogenin is up-regulated in the nucleus and cytoplasm in human primary breast carcinoma and is associated with markers of hypoxia but not survival.

@article{Campo2005AngiogeninIU,
  title={Angiogenin is up-regulated in the nucleus and cytoplasm in human primary breast carcinoma and is associated with markers of hypoxia but not survival.},
  author={Leticia Campo and Helen Turley and Cheng Han and Francesco Pezzella and Kevin C. Gatter and Adrian L Harris and Stephen B Fox},
  journal={The Journal of pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={205 5},
  pages={
          585-91
        }
}
Angiogenin, a 14.2 kD polypeptide that was originally noted for its angiogenic activity, is now increasingly recognized to have a multiplicity of biological roles in both physiological and pathological conditions. In breast cancer, there are conflicting studies questioning the role of angiogenin. Here, the pattern of expression of angiogenin during the transition from normal breast tissue to ductal carcinoma in situ and invasive carcinoma is reported together with the correlates between the… CONTINUE READING

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