Understanding the role of LOXL2 in the development of skin and breast cancer
- Researcher: Professor Amparo Cano
- Institution: Instituto de Investigacion Sanitaria HULP-IdiPAZ
- Award Amount: £206,813 for 3 years from September 2012
- Cancer Type: Breast Cancer
Professor Cano's research team have previously described the interactions of some of these molecules with a molecule called LOXL2. She will be using her Worldwide Cancer Research grant to reveal the role of a molecule called LOXL2 in tumour development and metastasis. The work will mainly focus on breast and skin tumours.
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