Welcome to the lab, Jonathon Muncie and Allison Drain, both joining us from the UC-Berkeley/UCSF Bioengineering Joint Graduate Group!
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The importance of the microenvironment in breast cancer progression: recapitulation of mammary tumorigenesis using a unique human mammary epithelial cell model and a three-dimensional culture assay.. Biochem Cell Biol. 74(6):833-51.. 1996.
Reversion of the malignant phenotype of human breast cells in three-dimensional culture and in vivo by integrin blocking antibodies.. J Cell Biol. 137(1):231-45.. 1997.
Structural cues from the tissue microenvironment are essential determinants of the human mammary epithelial cell phenotype.. J Mammary Gland Biol Neoplasia. 3(2):201-13.. 1998.
Tumour-stromal interactions. Integrins and cell adhesions as modulators of mammary cell survival and transformation.. Breast Cancer Res. 3(4):224-9.. 2001.