A Case-Matched Gender Comparison Transcriptomic Screen Identifies eIF4E and eIF5 as Potential Prognostic Markers in Male Breast Cancer.

Matthew P. Humphries, Sreekumar Sundara-Rajan, Alastair Droop, Charlotte A B Suleman, Carmine Carbone, Cecilia Nilsson, Hedieh Honarpisheh, Gabor Cserni, Jo Dent, Laura Fulford, Lee B Jordan, J. Louise Jones, Rani Kanthan, Maria Litwiniuk, Anna Di Benedetto, Marcella Mottolese, Elena Provenzano, Sami Shousha, Mark Stephens, Rosemary A. WalkerJanina Kulka, Ian O. Ellis, Margaret Jeffery, Helene H Thygesen, Vera Cappelletti, Maria G. Daidone, Ingrid A Hedenfalk, Marie-Louise Fjallskog, Davide Melisi, Lucy F Stead, Abeer M. Shaaban, Valerie Speirs

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