Characterisation of spontaneously arising canine mixed mammary tumours: a possible model for humans.

Saad, E 2019, Characterisation of spontaneously arising canine mixed mammary tumours: a possible model for humans., Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University.


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Title Characterisation of spontaneously arising canine mixed mammary tumours: a possible model for humans.
Author(s) Saad, E
Year 2019
Abstract Human mixed mammary tumours are very rare. Given their rarity, large cohort studies are difficult. Interestingly, canine mixed mammary tumours (CMMTs) occur at a higher frequency. This study aimed to characterise CMMTs histopathologically, immunohistochemically and histochemically. CMMTs were found to be a potentially good model for human mixed mammary tumours.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Health and Biomedical Sciences
Subjects Cancer Diagnosis
Veterinary Surgery
Veterinary Pathology
Cardiology (incl. Cardiovascular Diseases)
Keyword(s) Canine mixed mammary tumours
Metaplastic breast cancers
Carcinosarcomas
Human mixed mammary tumours
CMMTs
MBCs
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