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The role of DAP3 in breast cancer cell behaviour

In a research article published in the March issue of Oncology Reports, the research team at the London Breast Institute, led by Professor Kefah Mokbel, have identified the death-associated protein 3 (DAP3) as an important player in breast cancer development.

The silencing of this protein leads to breast cancer growth and spread. On the other hand restoring the normal function of this novel protein could prove an effective therapeutic strategy against breast cancer.