Broken Genomes Behind Breast Cancers - Genome Rearrangements In 24 Breast Cancers

Dec 27, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Medical News Today

Main Category: Breast Cancer Also Included In: Cancer / Oncology ; Genetics ; Women's Health / Gynecology Article Date: 27 Dec 2009 - 0:00 PST The first detailed search of breast cancer genomes to uncover genomic rearrangements was published on Wednesday.

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