Complementary yet distinct roles for oestrogen receptor-alpha and oestrogen receptor-beta in mouse mammary epithelial proliferation.
AuthorsClarke, Robert B
AffiliationBreast Biology Group, Clinical Research Department, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester. RClarke@PICR.man.ac.uk
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CitationComplementary yet distinct roles for oestrogen receptor-alpha and oestrogen receptor-beta in mouse mammary epithelial proliferation. 2004, 6 (3):135-6 Breast Cancer Res.
JournalBreast Cancer Research
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