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2005

Siddiqui SF, Pawelek J, Handerson T, Lin CY, Dickson RB, Rimm DL, Camp RL. Coexpression of beta1,6-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase V glycoprotein substrates defines aggressive breast cancers with poor outcome. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2005; 14(11 Pt 1):2517-2523.BC HTSR, MISR, TCSR

Frech MS, Halama ED, Tilli MT, Singh B, Gunther EJ, Chodosh LA, Flaws JA, Furth PA. Deregulated estrogen receptor alpha expression in mammary epithelial cells of transgenic mice results in the development of ductal carcinoma in situ. Cancer Res 2005; 65(3):681-685.BC ASR, HTSR

Asatiani E, Huang WX, Wang A, Rodriguez OE, Cavalli LR, Haddad BR, Gelmann EP. Deletion, methylation, and expression of the NKX3.1 suppressor gene in primary human prostate cancer. Cancer Res 2005; 65(4):1164-1173.CBE, CC HTSR Intraprogrammatic, Intraprogrammatic

Tilli MT, Reiter R, Oh AS, Henke RT, McDonnell K, Gallicano GI, Furth PA, Riegel AT. Overexpression of an N-terminally truncated isoform of the nuclear receptor coactivator amplified in breast cancer 1 leads to altered proliferation of mammary epithelial cells in transgenic mice. Mol Endocrinol 2005; 19(3):644-656.

Chepko G, Slack R, Carbott D, Khan S, Steadman L, Dickson RB. Differential alteration of stem and other cell populations in ducts and lobules of TGFalpha and c-Myc transgenic mouse mammary epithelium. Tissue Cell 2005; 37(5):393-412.

Parrish A, Halama E, Tilli MT, Freedman M, Furth PA. Reflectance confocal microscopy for characterization of mammary ductal structures and development of neoplasia in genetically engineered mouse models of breast cancer. J Biomed Opt 2005; 10(5):051602.

Lee JW, Yong SS, Choi JJ, Lee SJ, Kim BG, Park CS, Lee JH, Lin CY, Dickson RB, Bae DS. Increased expression of matriptase is associated with histopathologic grades of cervical neoplasia. Hum Pathol 2005; 36(6):626-633.