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DNA methylation profiling in the Carolina Breast Cancer Study defines cancer subclasses differing in clinicopathologic characteristics and survival

Creator: Conway, Kathleen, Edmiston, Sharon N, May, Ryan, Kuan, Pei, Chu, Haitao, Bryant, Christopher, Tse, Chiu-Kit, Swift-Scanlan, Theresa, Geradts, Joseph, Troester, Melissa, Millikan, Robert C

Abstract Introduction Breast cancer is a heterogeneous disease, with several intrinsic subtypes differing by hormone receptor (HR) status, molecular profiles, and prognosis. However, the role of DNA methylation in breast cancer development and (more)

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Date Deposited: 2017-01-20

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Additional file 1: p53 mutation screening methods.

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Additional file 3: Table S2. One hundred sixty-seven most variant CpG sites.

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