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Transgenic overexpression of SRC-3 in mice causes spontaneous lung tumor formation . SRC-3 gene amplification and protein overproduction were shown in as high as 27 % of non-small cell lung cancers (NSCLCs) in one study ; overexpression correlates with poor disease free and overall survival. Interestingly, ERK3, a kinase that phosphorylates SRC-3 and confers SRC-3 pro-invasive activity in lung cancer cells, was shown to be highly upregulated in lung cancer . Overexpression of SRC-3 protein in lung cancer also was reported in two other studies [139, 140].
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G. E2/ERα) signaling and epidermal growth factor signaling pathways . g. tamoxifen, an estradiol antagonist, and letrozole, an antiaromatase inhibitor) have been commonly used for treating ER/PR-positive breast cancers. However, antihormone resistance (either naïve or acquired resistance after therapy) and associated cancer recurrence have been major obstacles for curing breast cancer patients. The acquisition of resistance to antihormonal drugs is often associated with a transition of hormone signaling-dependent to growth factor signaling-dependent tumor growth [121, 122].