Chromosome (Ch17) disorder and Ki67expression: Negative prognostic factors in invasive breast cancer.

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e21073 Background: Ch17 polysomy has been identified in 20-40% of invasive breast cancer, probably related to HER-2 protein expression, but other studies failed to confirm this relation, demonstrating that it's a rare event. The aim of this study was to evaluate Cep17 alterations in invasive breast cancer related to Ki67, hormonal receptor status and HER-2… (More)

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@article{Petroni2011ChromosomeD, title={Chromosome (Ch17) disorder and Ki67expression: Negative prognostic factors in invasive breast cancer.}, author={Stella Petroni and Teresa Addati and Francesco Giotta and Marilena Centrone and Eliseo Mattioli and Maria Angela Caponio and Carmela Quero and Vincenza Rubini and G. Giannone and A Millaku and Giovanni Simone}, journal={Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology}, year={2011}, volume={29 15_suppl}, pages={e21073} }