Retinoic acid receptors a , b and g , and cellular retinol binding protein-I expression in breast fibrocystic disease and cancer

@inproceedings{Pasquali1997RetinoicAR,
  title={Retinoic acid receptors a , b and g , and cellular retinol binding protein-I expression in breast fibrocystic disease and cancer},
  author={Daniela Pasquali and Antonio Bellastella and Antonella Valente and Gerardo Botti and Imma Capasso and Silvana del Vecchio and Marco Salvatore and Vittorio Colantuoni and Antonio Agostino Sinisi},
  year={1997}
}
Retinoids seem to act as agents of chemoprevention and differentiation in breast diseases. Their action is mediated by nuclear receptors, retinoic acid receptors (RARa, RARb, RARg) and retinoid X receptors (RXRa, RXRb, RXRg) and modulated by cellular retinol binding proteins (CRBP). There are few published data on CRBP expression. In this study, we evaluated the expression of RARa, b and g and CRBP type I (CRBP-I) gene expression in fibrocystic disease (FD) and in breast cancer (BC), studying… CONTINUE READING

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