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Role of HGF in epithelial-stromal cell interactions during progression from benign breast disease to ductal carcinoma in situ

Creator: Casbas-Hernandez, Patricia, D’Arcy, Monica, Roman-Perez, Erick, Brauer, Heather, McNaughton, Kirk, Miller, Samantha M, Chhetri, Raghav K, Oldenburg, Amy, Fleming, Jodie M, Amos, Keith D, Makowski, Liza, Troester, Melissa

Abstract Introduction Basal-like and luminal breast cancers have distinct stromal–epithelial interactions, which play a role in progression to invasive cancer. However, little is known about how stromal–epithelial interactions evolve in benign and (more)

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Figure 3 Hepatocyte growth factor signaling is present in vivo in basal-like tumors

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