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Induction of strain-specific mouse mammary gland ductal architecture



Induction of strain-specific mouse mammary gland ductal architecture



Breast 7(5): 269-272



Mammary glands reconstituted in the cleared fat pads of nude mice with mammary epithelium derived from several mouse strains demonstrate that strain-specific differences in the topology of adult virgin female mice are a developmental consequence of induction by hormonal and stromal influences rather than epithelial cell autonomy.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0960-9776(98)90094-7


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