Overexpression of Rsf-1 correlates with pathological type, p53 status and survival in primary breast cancer.

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AIM The incidence of breast cancer in developing countries still increasing, to identify novel molecular markers associated with carcinogenesis and prognosis of breast cancer still being implemented. The largest subunit of Remodeling and spacing factor (RSF), Rsf-1, mediates ATPase-dependent chromatin remodeling. Its oncogenic properties have been… (More)

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@article{Ren2014OverexpressionOR, title={Overexpression of Rsf-1 correlates with pathological type, p53 status and survival in primary breast cancer.}, author={Jie Ren and Qiu-Chen Chen and Feng Jin and Hui-zhe Wu and Miao He and Lin Zhao and Zhao-jin Yu and Wei-Fan Yao and Xiao-yi Mi and Enhua Wang and Min-jie Wei}, journal={International journal of clinical and experimental pathology}, year={2014}, volume={7 9}, pages={5595-608} }