Characterization of four subtypes in morphologically normal tissue excised proximal and distal to breast cancer
Our study provides insight into molecular alterations in HN tissues within the affected breast and offers a greater understanding of the spatial implications of these aberrations. This was achieved by performing a comprehensive analysis of RNA sequencing data and proteomic profiles from breast cancers (n=19) and their matched HN tissues (n=38), healthy breast from cosmetic reduction mammoplasty (RM; n=5), and risk reducing mastectomies (RR, n=5), with peritumoral samples excised at proximal (TP, <2 cm) and distal (TD, 5-10 cm) sites from the primary tumor.
- Type: Other
- Archiver: EGA European Genome-Phenome Archive