Adams Lab Research

Investigating the inescapable influence of noncoding RNAs in breast cancer

The Adams lab is interested in understanding how noncoding RNAs play a fundamental role in regulating the process of tumorigenesis. We utilize a variety of cancer cell lines and models, predominately breast and lung, to interrogate microRNA – circular-RNA interactions, and to then determine if disruption of these interactions can influence cellular signaling pathways that ultimately influence the tumorigenic cascade. A second interest in his lab is to understand how miRNA modifications can influence the activity, targeting capacity, and function of miRNAs during tumorigenesis.


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