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    Title: RC-RNase-induced cell death in estrogen receptor positive breast tumors through down-regulation of Bcl-2 and estrogen receptor
    Authors: 余永倫;Yu, Yung-luen;Huang TH,;Chen, MH;Yiang, GT
    Contributors: 生物科技學系
    Date: 2011-03
    Issue Date: 2012-11-23 17:14:54 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: RC-RNase exerts anti-cancer effects on many tumors. However, the mechanisms by which RC-RNase induces cytotoxicity in different tumor cells are unclear. Currently, estrogen receptor (ER)-positive and negative breast tumors are treated with RC-RNase. Our data demonstrate that RC-RNase induces cell death on ER-positive but not on ER-negative breast tumors. This study also shows that down-regulation of ER and Bcl-2 is found on RC-RNase-treated ER-positive breast tumors. Additionally, Bcl-2 ovexpression can prevent ER-positive breast tumors from cell death treated with RC-RNase. In summary, this study demonstrates that RC-RNase-induced cell death of ER-positive breast tumors is through regulation of ER and Bcl-2.
    RC-RNase exerts anti-cancer effects on many tumors. However, the mechanisms by which RC-RNase induces cytotoxicity in different tumor cells are unclear. Currently, estrogen receptor (ER)-positive and negative breast tumors are treated with RC-RNase. Our data demonstrate that RC-RNase induces cell death on ER-positive but not on ER-negative breast tumors. This study also shows that down-regulation of ER and Bcl-2 is found on RC-RNase-treated ER-positive breast tumors. Additionally, Bcl-2 overxpression can prevent ER-positive breast tumors from cell death treated with RC-RNase. In summary, this study demonstrates that RC-RNase-induced cell death of ER-positive breast tumors is through regulation of ER and Bcl-2.
    Relation: ONCOLOGY REPORTS, 25(3):849-53
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