MicroRNA expression patterns in canine mammary cancer show significant differences between metastatic and non-metastatic tumours


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Bulkowska M., Rybicka A., Senses K. M. , Ulewicz K., Witt K., Szymanska J., ...Daha Fazla

BMC CANCER, cilt.17, 2017 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

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Background: MicroRNAs may act as oncogenes or tumour suppressor genes, which make these small molecules potential diagnostic/prognostic factors and targets for anticancer therapies. Several common oncogenic microRNAs have been found for canine mammary cancer and human breast cancer. On account of this, large-scale profiling of microRNA expression in canine mammary cancer seems to be important for both dogs and humans.