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Fig. 2 | Breast Cancer Research

Fig. 2

From: Gene expression signature of atypical breast hyperplasia and regulation by SFRP1

Fig. 2

Normalized expression of genes implicated as potential biomarkers of AH. The relative levels of expression are reported for genes associated with atypical hyperplasias. Only ESR1, KRT5, and SFRP1 had expression levels that differed significantly between histological normal benign tissues and atypical hyperplasias. The colors indicate the diagnosis of lesions as ductal, lobular, or containing both

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