Breast cancer oestrogen independence mediated by BCAR1 or BCAR3 genes is transmitted through mechanisms distinct from the oestrogen receptor signalling pathway or the epidermal growth factor receptor signalling pathway

@article{Dorssers2004BreastCO,
  title={Breast cancer oestrogen independence mediated by BCAR1 or BCAR3 genes is transmitted through mechanisms distinct from the oestrogen receptor signalling pathway or the epidermal growth factor receptor signalling pathway},
  author={Lambert C. J. Dorssers and Ton van Agthoven and Arend Brinkman and Jos Veldscholte and Marcel Smid and Koen J. Dechering},
  journal={Breast Cancer Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={R82 - R92}
}
IntroductionTamoxifen is effective for endocrine treatment of oestrogen receptor-positive breast cancers but ultimately fails due to the development of resistance. A functional screen in human breast cancer cells identified two BCAR genes causing oestrogen-independent proliferation. The BCAR1 and BCAR3 genes both encode components of intracellular signal transduction, but their direct effect on breast cancer cell proliferation is not known. The aim of this study was to investigate the growth… CONTINUE READING

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