Characterisation of Walker 256 breast carcinoma cells from two tumour cell banks as assessed using two models of secondary brain tumours

Abstract

Metastatic brain tumours are a common end stage of breast cancer progression, with significant associated morbidity and high mortality. Walker 256 is a rat breast carcinoma cell line syngeneic to Wistar rats and commonly used to induce secondary brain tumours. Previously there has been the assumption that the same cancer cell line from different cell banks… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1475-2867-13-5

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@inproceedings{Lewis2012CharacterisationOW, title={Characterisation of Walker 256 breast carcinoma cells from two tumour cell banks as assessed using two models of secondary brain tumours}, author={Kate Marie Lewis and Elizabeth Harford-Wright and Robert Vink and Mounir Ghabriel}, booktitle={Cancer Cell International}, year={2012} }