Exon-level microarray analyses identify alternative splicing programs in breast cancer.

Abstract

Protein isoforms produced by alternative splicing (AS) of many genes have been implicated in several aspects of cancer genesis and progression. These observations motivated a genome-wide assessment of AS in breast cancer. We accomplished this by measuring exon level expression in 31 breast cancer and nonmalignant immortalized cell lines representing luminal… (More)
DOI: 10.1158/1541-7786.MCR-09-0528

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@article{Lapuk2010ExonlevelMA, title={Exon-level microarray analyses identify alternative splicing programs in breast cancer.}, author={Anna Lapuk and Henry S. Marr and Lakshmi R. Jakkula and Helder Pedro and Sanchita Bhattacharya and Elizabeth Purdom and Zhi Hu and Ken Simpson and Lior Pachter and Steffen Durinck and Nicholas F. Wang and Bahram Parvin and Gerald Fontenay and Terence Speed and James Garbe and Martha M. Stampfer and Hovig Bayandorian and Shannon Dorton and Tyson Clark and Anthony C. Schweitzer and Andrew J. Wyrobek and Heidi S. Feiler and Paul Spellman and John E. Conboy and Joe W. Gray}, journal={Molecular cancer research : MCR}, year={2010}, volume={8 7}, pages={961-74} }