Molecular and Cellular Pathobiology Phosphorylation Regulates c-Myc ' s Oncogenic Activity in the Mammary Gland

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Expression of the c-Myc oncoprotein is affected by conserved threonine 58 (T58) and serine 62 (S62) phosphorylation sites that help to regulate c-Myc protein stability, and altered ratios of T58 and S62 phosphorylation have been observed in human cancer. Here, we report the development of 3 unique c-myc knock-in mice that conditionally express either c-Myc… (More)

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