The Function of Circular RNA in Breast Cancer

Jara Thorp


Breast Cancer is widely known for its threat to the health of women. Circular RNAs are closely intertwined with cancer and have key roles. They can influence the resistance to breast cancer therapies and the growth of tumors. Circular RNAs can be under or overexpressed, which causes the promotion or inhibition of breast cancer cells. Circular RNAs can bind miRNA and regulate transcription. They both play important roles in tumor progression.  Circular RNAs can also serve as biomarkers in breast cancer, including tissue-specific expression, and blood based. The article below explains the functions and impact of circular RNAs in Breast Cancer.

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