Breast cancer cell response to calcitonin: modulation by growth-regulating agents.


Calcitonin may induce cyclic AMP production by breast cancer cells and inhibit their growth. The molecular complex leading to cyclic AMP production in response to calcitonin is made of the calcitonin receptor coupled to the adenylate cyclase by at least one guanine nucleotide-binding protein (G-protein, of the Gs type). Our aim was to determine whether and… (More)


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