Gene expression profiling of breast cancer.

  title={Gene expression profiling of breast cancer.},
  author={Maggie C U Cheang and Matt van de Rijn and Torsten O. Nielsen},
  journal={Annual review of pathology},
DNA microarray platforms for gene expression profiling were invented relatively recently, and breast cancer has been among the earliest and most intensely studied diseases using this technology. The molecular signatures so identified help reveal the biologic spectrum of breast cancers, provide diagnostic tools as well as prognostic and predictive gene signatures, and may identify new therapeutic targets. Data are best presented in an open access format to facilitate external validation, the… CONTINUE READING

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