Rolf Kaaresen

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INTRODUCTION Genomic alterations have been observed in breast carcinomas that affect the capacity of cells to regulate proliferation, signaling, and metastasis. Re-sequence studies have investigated candidate genes based on prior genetic observations (changes in copy number or regions of genetic instability) or other laboratory observations and have defined(More)
which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract Introduction Genomic alterations have been observed in breast carcinomas that affect the capacity of cells to regulate proliferation, signaling, and metastasis. Re-sequence studies have investigated candidate genes based on(More)
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