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  1. Resistance to mammary tumorigenesis in Copenhagen rats isassociated with loss of early preneoplastic lesions known as intraductalproliferations. The cause of this disappearance, however, is unknown.

    Authors: James E Korkola, Geoffrey A Wood and Michael C Archer
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 1999 1:88
  2. Glutathione S-transferase (GST)M1, a member of the μ class GST gene family, has been shown to be polymorphic because of a partial gene deletion. This results in a failure to express the GSTM1 gene in 50-60% of in...

    Authors: Sarab Lizard-Nacol, Bruno Coudert, Pascal Colosetti, Jean-Marc Riedinger, Pierre Fargeot and Patrick Brunet-Lecomte
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 1999 1:81
  3. Women with mutations in the breast cancer susceptibility genes, BRCA1 and BRCA2, have an increased risk of developing breast cancer. Both BRCA1 and BRCA2 are thought to be tumour suppressor genes since the wild t...

    Authors: David Bertwistle and Alan Ashworth
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 1999 1:41

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