Nuclear factor-kappaB-dependent mechanisms in breast cancer cells regulate tumor burden and osteolysis in bone.


A central mediator of a wide host of target genes, the nuclear factor-kappaB (NF-kappaB) family of transcription factors, has emerged as a molecular target in cancer and diseases associated with bone destruction. To evaluate how NF-kappaB signaling in tumor cells regulates processes associated with osteolytic bone tumor burden, we stably infected the bone… (More)

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