- The oncogenic role of miR-155 in breast cancerSam Mattiske
Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine, Cancer Therapeutics Laboratory, Department of Medicine, University of Adelaide, Australia
Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 21:1236-43. 2012..This is the first review examining the role of miR-155 in breast cancer progression. The collated data of target genes and biologic pathways of miR-155 identified in this review suggest new avenues of research for this oncogenic miRNA...
- TAp63 regulates oncogenic miR-155 to mediate migration and tumour growthSam Mattiske
Cancer Therapeutics Laboratory, Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine, University of Adelaide, Australia
Oncotarget 4:1894-903. 2013..The migratory phenotype is abrogated when miR-155 is inhibited, indicating that miR-155 is responsible for the phenotypic effect of TAp63 knockdown. ..