Estrogen receptor beta and p53 play integral roles in estradiol mediated protection against colon tumor development

@inproceedings{Weige2012EstrogenRB,
  title={Estrogen receptor beta and p53 play integral roles in estradiol mediated protection against colon tumor development},
  author={Charles C. Weige},
  year={2012}
}
Estrogen Receptor Beta and p53 Play Integral Roles in Estradiol Mediated Protection Against Colon Tumor Development. (August 2012) Charles Conan Weige, B.S., Texas A&M University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. Clinton D. Allred Hormone replacement therapy and estrogen replacement therapy have shown the ability to reduce risk of colon cancer development in clinical and animal studies, but in vitro research has been unable to reproduce an estradiol (E2) induced response in colon cancer cell… CONTINUE READING

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