Breast cancer cells response to the antineoplastic agents cisplatin, carboplatin, and doxorubicin at the mRNA expression levels of distinct apoptosis-related genes, including the new member, BCL2L12.


Most apoptosis-related genes regulate cellular fate as a response to anticancer drugs. Modulations at the mRNA levels of such genes often correlate with the sensitivity of various types of cancer cells to chemotherapeutic reagents. The drugs cisplatin, carboplatin, and doxorubicin exhibit anticancer activity, the mechanism of which is not yet completely… (More)


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