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The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 03/2019, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 371 - 382
HER2-positive breast cancers usually contain large amounts of T-cell infiltrate. We hypothesised that trastuzumab resistance in HER2-positive breast cancer... 
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by Galimberti, Viviana and Cole, Bernard F and Viale, Giuseppe and Veronesi, Paolo and Vicini, Elisa and Intra, Mattia and Mazzarol, Giovanni and Massarut, Samuele and Zgajnar, Janez and Taffurelli, Mario and Littlejohn, David and Knauer, Michael and Tondini, Carlo and Di Leo, Angelo and Colleoni, Marco and Regan, Meredith M and Coates, Alan S and Gelber, Richard D and Goldhirsch, Aron and Boyle, Fran and Jerusalem, Guy and Stahel, Rolf and Aebi, Stefan and Green, Michael and Karlsson, Per and Kössler, Ingrid and Láng, Istvan and Hiltbrunner, Anita and Bernhard, Jürg and Fournarakou, Stamatina and Kammler, Roswitha and Maibach, Rudolf and Rabaglio, Manuela and Ribi, Karin and Roschitzki, Heidi and Roux, Susanne and Ruepp, Barbara and Mahoney, Caitlin and Price, Karen and Blacher, Lynette and Scolese, Tara and Scott, Karolyn and Lippert, Sandra and Zielinski, Theresa and Mastropasqua, Mauro and Andrighetto, Stefania and Dell'Orto, Patrizia and Renne, Giuseppe and Pruneri, Giancarlo and Dellapasqua, Silvia and Iorfida, Monica and Cancello, Giuseppe and Montagna, Emilia and Cardillo, Anna and Peruzzotti, Giulia and Ghisini, Raffaella and Luini, Alberto and Veronesi, Umberto and Intra, Mattia and Gentilini, Oreste and Zurrida, Stefano and Curigliano, Giuseppe and Nole, Franco and Orecchia, Roberto and Leonardi, Marisa Cristina and Baratella, Paola and Chifu, Camelia and Sargenti, Manuela and Crivellari, Diana and Morassut, Sandro and Mileto, Mario and Piccoli, Erica and Veronesi, Andreas and Magri, Marisa Donatella and Buonadonna, Angelo and Candiani, Ezio and Carbone, Antonino and Perin, Tiziana and Volpe, Rachele and Roncadin, Mario and Arcicasa, Mauro and Coran, Francesco and Lagrassa, Manuela and Recalcati, Angelo and Limonta, Maria Emanuela and Tricomi, Paolo and Fenaroli, Privato and Candiago, Elisabetta and Cattaneo, Laura and Gianatti, Alberto and Santini, Donatella and Maweja, Sylvie and Delvenne, Philippe and Rorive, Andrée and Collignon, Joëlle and Garbay, Jean-Remi and Mathieu, Marie-Christine and Galatius, Hanne and Hoffmann, Jack and Schousen, Peer and ... and International Breast Cancer Study Group Trial 23-01 and Int Breast Canc Study Grp Trial 23
The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 10/2018, Volume 19, Issue 10, pp. 1385 - 1393
We previously reported the 5-year results of the phase 3 IBCSG 23-01 trial comparing disease-free survival in patients with breast cancer with one or more... 
SURGERY | WOMEN | MULTICENTER | METASTASIS | ONCOLOGY | LYMPH-NODES | BIOPSY | RECURRENCE | EORTC 10981-22023 AMAROS | Care and treatment | Cancer patients | Breast cancer | Analysis | Surgery
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by Letovanec, Igor and Finn, Stephen and Zygoura, Panagiota and Smyth, Paul and Soltermann, Alex and Bubendorf, Lukas and Speel, Ernst-Jan and Marchetti, Antonio and Nonaka, Daisuke and Monkhorst, Kim and Hager, Henrik and Martorell, Miguel and Sejda, Aleksandra and Cheney, Richard and Hernandez-Losa, Javier and Verbeken, Eric and Weder, Walter and Savic, Spasenija and Di Lorito, Alessia and Navarro, Atilio and Felip, Enriqueta and Warth, Arne and Baas, Paul and Meldgaard, Peter and Blackhall, Fiona and Dingemans, Anne-Marie and Dienemann, Hendrik and Dziadziuszko, Rafal and Vansteenkiste, Johan and O'Brien, Cathal and Geiger, Thomas and Sherlock, Jon and Schageman, Jeoffrey and Dafni, Urania and Kammler, Roswitha and Kerr, Keith and Thunnissen, Erik and Stahel, Rolf and Peters, Solange and Stahel, Rolf A and Rosell, Rafael and Blackhall, Fiona and Dafni, Urania and Kerr, Keith M and Molina, Miguel Ángel and Bubendorf, Lukas and Weder, Walter and Thunnissen, Erik and Peters, Solange and Finn, Stephen and Hiltbrunner, Anita and Kammler, Roswitha and Geiger, Thomas and Marti, Nesa and Tsourti, Zoi and Polydoropoulou, Varvara and Zygoura, Panagiota and Smyth, Paul and O’Brien, Cathal and Gray, Steven and Soltermann, Alex and Opitz, Isabelle and Curioni, Alessandra and Savic, Spasenija and Lardinois, Didier and Dingemans, Anne-Marie and Speel, Ernst-Jan M and Ruland, Andrea and Marchetti, Antonio and Di Lorito, Alessia and De Luca, Graziano and Malatesta, Sara and Nonaka, Daisuke and Quinn, Anne Marie and Franklin, Lynsey and Biernat, Wojciech and Wrona, Ania and Rzyman, Witold and Jassem, Jacek and Meldgaard, Peter and Hager, Henrik and Madsen, Line B and Camps, Carlos and Martorell, Miguel and Jantus-Lewintre, Eloisa and Guijarro, Ricardo and Nicolson, Marianne and Stevenson, David A.J and Mathieson, William and Baas, Paul and de Jong, Jeroen and Monkhorst, Kim and Smit, Egbert and van Setten, Coralien and de Langen, Joop and Felip, Enriqueta and Hernandez-Losa, Javier and Sansano, Irene and Cheney, Richard and Pine, Mary Beth and ... and European Thoracic Oncology Platform Lungscape Consortium and European Thoracic Oncology
Journal of Thoracic Oncology, ISSN 1556-0864, 03/2018, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 413 - 425
The reported prevalence of ALK receptor tyrosine kinase gene (ALK) rearrangement in NSCLC ranges from 2% to 7%. The primary standard diagnostic method... 
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ESMO Open, ISSN 2059-7029, 3/2020, Volume 5, Issue 2, p. e000628
BackgroundThe academia-industry interface is important, and, despite challenges that inevitably occur, bears the potential for positive synergies to emerge.... 
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by Muriel Anderson Rose and NORMAN B. SCHARER and GEORGIANA HARDY and HOWARD E. WILSON and BERNICE BAXTER and William McCord and LOIS KNOWLES and SYLVIA VOPNI and Gladys Coryell and Roberta Shine and Dorothy May Abbott and Edith L. Ball and Shata L. Ling and Muriel A. Rose and Marion E. Wiles and M. Adeline Olson and M. Virginia Biggy and Carmen Johnson and Frances Hamilton and May V. Seagoe and Verna Wulfekammer and Marjorie B. Detlor and Julia Trowbridge and Martha J. Kuhlmann and Maude A. Stewart and Flora Irene Mata and Lucile Burrall and Lois McElveny and Violet Davis and Nancy Snively and Dell Felder and Madge Stanford and Marilyn Horton and Karen M. Wiseman and Barbara Leiner and Geneva McDonald and Olwen M. Jones and Ruth Lofgren and Jeanne Noble and Mary E. Oliverio and Gladys H. Watson and Miriam M. Bryan and Jeanne L. Noble and Mary Ellen Oliverio and Thelma Chisholm and Jane M. Hill and Ola Lee Means and Harriett V. Batie and Anna R. O'Connor and Charlotte D. Elmott and Alice Richardson and Helen Huus and Vivian R. Sweeney and Judy Jack and Georgia Williams and Doris E. Jakubek and Ora Mae Winstead and Helmi Koivisto and Marjorie E. Wolfe and Adele Land and Cherry McGinnis and Evelyn C. Banner and Catherine A. V. Lyons and Jessie L. McGlon and Theresia Nelson and Mary C. Pine and Sylvia Smith and Dorothy J. Welch and Jean A. Yosepian and Anita Allen and Betty Lou Skiles and Beverly Buller and Mary Ann Steele and Ruth Chausse and Betty Unanian and Margaret Walton Clark and Virginia H. Young and Blanche J. Hosack and Alice Rogers and Ruth C. Roberts and Isabel Hiltbrunner and Mariella L. Lenahan and Margaret C. Raabe and Ruth P. Tangeman and Gladys Wilson and Ruth I. Anderson and Elizabeth English and Anna M. Rynne and Helen K. Smith and Panoria Apostol and Barbara Osborn and Martha Pfund and Roberta B. Shine and Alice R. Nelsen and Anna B. Fort and Evelyn M. Nigh and Gladys B. Jensen and Louise C. Eraña and Maxine Dunfee and Margaret Efraemson and ...
Educational Horizons, ISSN 0013-175X, 10/1959, Volume 38, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 109
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Plant Physiology, ISSN 0032-0889, 07/2009, Volume 150, Issue 3, pp. 1297 - 1309
Phytochrome A (phyA) is the primary photoreceptor for sensing extremely low amounts of light and for mediating various far-red light-induced responses in... 
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