Repression of mammary adipogenesis by genistein limits mammosphere formation of human MCF-7 cells.

@article{Montales2013RepressionOM,
  title={Repression of mammary adipogenesis by genistein limits mammosphere formation of human MCF-7 cells.},
  author={Maria Theresa E. Montales and Omar M. Rahal and Hajime Nakatani and Tsukasa Matsuda and Rosalia C. M. Simmen},
  journal={The Journal of endocrinology},
  year={2013},
  volume={218 1},
  pages={135-49}
}
Mammary adipose tissue may contribute to breast cancer development and progression by altering neighboring epithelial cell behavior and phenotype through paracrine signaling. Dietary exposure to soy foods is associated with lower mammary tumor risk and reduced body weight and adiposity in humans and in rodent breast cancer models. Despite the suggested linkage between obesity and breast cancer, the local influence of bioactive dietary components on mammary adiposity for antitumor effects… CONTINUE READING
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