Recombination adenovirus-mediated human lactoferrin cDNA inhibits the growth of human MCF-7 breast cancer cells.
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AbstractHuman lactoferrin, an 80 kDa iron-binding glycoprotein, has antitumour effects. We have explored the potential therapeutic role of re-expressing human lactoferrin gene product in human breast cancer.
CitationWang, J., Li, Q., Ou, Y., Li, K., Han, Z., Wang, P., Zhou, S. (2012) 'Recombination adenovirus-mediated human lactoferrin cDNA inhibits the growth of human MCF-7 breast cancer cells', Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology 64 (3):457-463
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