Sarah J. Conley

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Mucin-like 1 (MUCL1) was first identified as a breast-specific gene over a decade ago. Based on its highly restricted mRNA expression in breast tissue and continued expression during breast tumorigenesis and progression, MUCL1 is an attractive tumor-associated antigen and a potential therapeutic target. However, very little is known about the cellular(More)
Although trastuzumab is an effective treatment in early stage HER2(+) breast cancer the majority of advanced HER2(+) breast cancers develop trastuzumab resistance, especially in the 40% of breast cancers with loss of PTEN. However, HER2(+) breast cancer patients continue to receive trastuzumab regardless PTEN status and the consequence of therapy in these(More)
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