Antagonists of GHRH decrease production of GH and IGF-I in MXT mouse mammary cancers and inhibit tumor growth.

Abstract

The involvement of IGF-I in mammary carcinogenesis is well established, but the role of GH, as an autocrine growth factor for breast cancers is poorly understood. The goal of our study was to investigate whether antagonists of GHRH can interfere with the effects of GH and IGF-I in MXT mouse mammary cancers. GHRH antagonists JV-1-36 and JV-1-38 inhibited… (More)

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