Quantitative Proteomics Reveals Middle Infrared Radiation-Interfered Networks in Breast Cancer Cells

" [in previous studies] ... middle infrared radiation significantly inhibited cell proliferation in several breast cancer cells but did not affect the growth of normal breast epithelial cell."

" [in present experiment] ... we confirmed that middle infrared radiation caused G2/M cell cycle arrest, remodeled the microtubule network to an astral pole arrangement, altered the actin filament formation and focal adhesion molecule localization, and reduced cell migration activity and invasion ability."

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