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The comparison of miRNAs that respond to anti-breast cancer drugs and usnic acid for the treatment of breast cancer

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Abstract
This study was designed to compare usnic acid with anti-breast cancer drug molecules routinely used in the treatment of breast cancer. The miRNA information of 17 anti-breast cancer drug used in breast cancer treatment was obtained from the Small Molecule-miRNA Network-Based Inferance tool. We had been determined common and different expressed miRNAs between 17 A-BCDM & usnic acid and were classified according to the common miRNAs to reveal molecular similarity. As a result of the bioinformatic analyzes, 20 common miRNAs were determined between 17 A-BCDM and usnic acid. The common...
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