Exogenous coenzyme Q10 modulates MMP-2 activity in MCF-7 cell line as a breast cancer cellular model

@article{Bahar2010ExogenousCQ,
  title={Exogenous coenzyme Q10 modulates MMP-2 activity in MCF-7 cell line as a breast cancer cellular model},
  author={M. Bahar and S. Khaghani and P. Pasalar and M. Paknejad and M. Khorramizadeh and Hossein Mirmiranpour and S. G. Nejad},
  journal={Nutrition Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={62 - 62}
}
Background/AimsMatrix Metalloproteinases 2 is a key molecule in cellular invasion and metastasis. Mitochondrial ROS has been established as a mediator of MMP activity. Coenzyme Q10 contributes to intracellular ROS regulation. Coenzyme Q10 beneficial effects on cancer are still in controversy but there are indications of Coenzyme Q10 complementing effect on tamoxifen receiving breast cancer patients.MethodsIn this study we aimed to investigate the correlation of the effects of co-incubation of… Expand
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