Evaluation the Role of Micro-RNAs During Stages of Breast Cancer: A Review


  • Haider Y. Lafta
  • Risala H. Allami
  • Sahar M. Hussein




Breast Cancer, miRNAs, Target prediction, Gene expression profile.


Breast cancer is one of the most deadly cancers threatening life and is the most prevalent among women
worldwide and in general is the second most common type of cancer. The aim of this study was to identify
the expression of microRNAs and biomarkers for early detection of breast cancer. MicroRNAs have
become a hot subject in cancer research today because of their important role not only in cancer progression,
progression, But also suppress genes related to cancer. With advanced techniques, these microRNAs can
be easily detected from biopsy samples and blood for early diagnosis, diagnosis and treatment. Due to the
increase in the demand for research in the exploration of the microRNAs profile in relation to different
subtypes of breast cancer, the role of microRNA microRNA as an oncomir or oncosupressor, and discovery
of microRNAs and miRNAs potentials for the treatment of breast cancer. MiR is involved in a variety of
natural physiological processes, specifically identifying and identifying cell type. It has become clear that
they are also major factors in cancer. Here we discuss what is known about miR biology in natural breast,
and the emerging roles in breast cancer.

Author Biographies

Haider Y. Lafta

Assistant Lecturer, Ministry of Science and Technology, Central Labs Directorate

Risala H. Allami

Assistant Prof

Sahar M. Hussein

Lecturer, Al-Nahrian University-College of Biotechnology, Baghdad, Iraq




How to Cite

Haider Y. Lafta, Risala H. Allami, & Sahar M. Hussein. (2021). Evaluation the Role of Micro-RNAs During Stages of Breast Cancer: A Review. Medico Legal Update, 21(2), 1455–1460. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i2.2898