P. V. Subbaiah

T. A. Victor1
W. M. Miller1
S. I. Grammatikos1
1T. A. Victor
1W. M. Miller
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The type rather than the amount of dietary fat may be more important in breast carcinogenesis. While animal studies support this view, little is known about the effects of essential fatty acids (EFAs) at the cellular level. The MCF-7 breast cancer and the MCF-10A non-cancerous human mammary epithelial cell lines are compared in terms of growth response to(More)
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