Experimental autoimmune breast failure: a model for lactation insufficiency, postnatal nutritional deprivation, and prophylactic breast cancer vaccination.

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Mastitis is a substantial clinical problem in lactating women that may result in severe pain and abrupt termination of breastfeeding, thereby predisposing infants to long-term health risks. Many cases of mastitis involve no known infectious agent and may fundamentally be due to autoimmune-mediated inflammation of the breast. Herein, we develop a murine… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ajpath.2012.05.025

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@article{Kesaraju2012ExperimentalAB, title={Experimental autoimmune breast failure: a model for lactation insufficiency, postnatal nutritional deprivation, and prophylactic breast cancer vaccination.}, author={Pavani Kesaraju and Ritika Jaini and Justin M. Johnson and Cengiz Zubeyir Altuntas and Jessica J Gruden and Cagri Sakalar and Vincent K. Tuohy}, journal={The American journal of pathology}, year={2012}, volume={181 3}, pages={775-84} }