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Steven Van Laere, Ridha Limame, Eric A. Van Marck, Peter B. Vermeulen and Luc Y. Dirix Is there a role for mammary stem cells in inflammatory breast carcinoma? Cancer 116

Version of Record online: 19 MAY 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.25180

Evidence from cell lines, animal models, and human samples suggests that stem cells are involved in the biology of inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). Concise analyses of gene and microRNA expression profiles of human IBC samples corroborate this hypothesis and pinpoint involved signaling pathways.

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