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Berkeley Lab researchers illuminate laminin's role in cancer formation
Date:3/7/2011

and further disruption of tissue architecture and loss of cell growth control.

"This work is particularly poignant because it provides potential new therapeutic targets for controlling breast cancer and revitalizes the possibility of targeting MMPs in cancer therapy," Bissell says. "New information on how MMP9 and other MMPs truly function may provide highly targeted and effective therapeutic strategies to control MMP activity in cancer, and may soon lead to the development of novel cancer treatments."


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Contact: Lynn Yarris
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DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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