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Breast cancer cells may acquire the ability to invade to other organs in the body if they are not successfully killed by initial drug treatments. Early and accurate detection of the potential for invasiveness in breast cancer is very important as the choice of therapy must aim to eliminate invasive cells, while minimising the risk of developing invasiveness later. This project aims to characterise a protein called PNC1 as a marker for identifying invasive breast cancer tumours, as well as assessing the likelihood of invasive breast cancer developing following treatment.
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