Mammary Stem Cells and Breast Cancer—Role of Notch Signalling

@article{Farnie2007MammarySC,
  title={Mammary Stem Cells and Breast Cancer—Role of Notch Signalling},
  author={Gillian Farnie and Robert B. Clarke},
  journal={Stem Cell Reviews},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={169-175}
}
Adult stem cells are found in numerous tissues of the body and play a role in tissue development, replacement and repair. Evidence shows that breast stem cells are multipotent and can self renew, which are key characteristics of stem cells, and a single cell enriched with cell surface markers has the ability to grow a fully functional mammary gland in vivo. Many groups have extrapolated the cancer stem cell hypothesis from the haematopoietic system to solid cancers, where using in vitro culture… CONTINUE READING
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