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Characterisation of the role of the lipid phosphatases PIPP and PTEN in breast cancer
thesisposted on 17.09.2019, 03:00 by DANIEL THOMAS FERGUSON
Breast cancer is a leading cause of death in women. Better understanding of the genetic basis for the disease can lead to better treatments. This thesis identifies the role of the gene PIPP in breast cancer and examines its interactions with a known regulator of the disease.