ListarFacultad de Química (Área de la Salud y Unidad El Cerrillo) por materia "Breast cancer"

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  • Peña Cano, Maria Isabel; Saucedo, Renata; Morales-Avila, Enrique; Valencia, Jorge; Zavala-Moha, Jose A.; López, Adriana (Karger Publishers, 2019-01-16)
    Background: Obesity is a risk factor for breast cancer (BC). Some mechanisms through which obesity can lead to cancer development are insulin-like growth factors (IGFs), adipokines, and microRNAs (miRs). The objective of ...
  • MOCIÑO RODRIGUEZ, MARTHA DANIELA; SANTILLAN BENITEZ, JONNATHAN GUADALUPE; DOZAL DOMINGUEZ, DAVID SALOMON; Hernández Navarro, María Dolores; FLORES MERINO, MIRIAM VERONICA; SANDOVAL CABRERA, ANTONIO (Hindawi, 2017-09-05)
    The development of breast cancer is influenced by the adipose tissue through the proteins leptin and adiponectin. However, there is little research concerning AdipoR1 and AdipoR2 receptors and the influence of leptin over ...

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