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Figure 2: INSR gene expression in breast cancer. (a) AP2-α overexpression increases INSR expression in breast tumour [37]. Transactivation of the INSR gene by AP2-α occurs indirectly through physical and functional cooperation with HMGA1 and Sp1. (b) By binding to AP2-α and Sp1, PPARγ and agonists may attenuate the stimulatory effect of AP2-α on INSR gene transcription in breast cancer.