Oct 2006 Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP

Proteomics of breast cancer: principles and potential clinical applications.

Résumé

Progresses in screening, early diagnosis, prediction of aggressiveness and of therapeutic response or toxicity, and identification of new targets for therapeutic will improve survival of breast cancer. These progresses will likely be accelerated by the new proteomic techniques. In this review, we describe the different techniques currently applied to clinical samples of breast cancer and the most important results obtained with the two most popular proteomic approaches in translational research (tissue microarrays and SELDI-TOF).

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