Downregulated miR-45 Inhibits the G1-S Phase Transition by Targeting Bmi-1 in Breast Cancer

Abstract

Bmi-1 (B cell-specific Moloney murine leukemia virus integration site 1) is upregulated in breast cancer and was involved in many malignant progressions of breast cells, including cell proliferation, stem cell pluripotency, and cancer initiation. However, the epigenetic regulatory mechanism of Bmi-1 in breast cancer remains unclear. After analysis of the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wang2015DownregulatedMI, title={Downregulated miR-45 Inhibits the G1-S Phase Transition by Targeting Bmi-1 in Breast Cancer}, author={Lan Wang and Junling Liu and Liang Yu and Xiang-xia Liu and Hong-mei Wu and Fang-Yong Lei and Shu Jing Wu and Xi Wang and Namrata Bhatnagar.}, year={2015} }