SciLifeLab Team IDs RARA as Possible Protein Biomarker for Tamoxifen Resistance in Breast Cancer | GenomeWeb

A team led by researchers at the Science for Life Laboratory Stockholm has linked the nuclear receptor protein retinoic acid receptor alpha to tamoxifen resistance in breast cancer.

According to Janne Lehtiö, platform manager for mass spectrometry at SciLifeLab and leader of the effort, the findings suggest that RARA could serve as a biomarker for predicting patient response to tamoxifen treatment as well as a therapeutic target.

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