The mammary gland
in domestic ruminants: a systems biology perspective.
The mammary gland
comprises two main cellular subtypes: the basal cells and luminal cells.
tissues were then mounted on aluminum base and metalized with Gold + Paladium (QUORUM/SC7620) for analysis (SEM model VEGA 3 LMU/TESCAN).
1989) described only 41 cases of mammary gland
tumors in cattle since 1902.
MAC-T cell is also assumed to be a typical in vitro model of the mammary gland
because these cells have similar biochemical and morphological characteristics to mammary epithelial cells in vivo .
Known as an 'organoid',' the model mimics the structure and function of a real mammary gland
Experimental Design, Induction of Mammary Gland
Tumor and Sampling
These AHR-mediated responses in the mammary gland
are most likely due to cross-talk between AHR and steroid receptors, including ER[alpha], ER[beta], and androgen receptor (AR), as has been reported for cell lines and mouse uterus (Beischlag and Perdew 2005; Matthews et al.
The risk of developing mammary gland
tumors significantly decreased by ovariohysterectomy at an early age (Sorenmo et al.
Paris, a ten-year-old Chihuahua too came in to the hospital for a booster vaccination when doctors found a mass in her mammary gland
When ZnT2 is lacking, there is reduced mammary gland
development and severe defects in function during lactation.
tumours in rodent models are extensively used for the study of mammary cancer of women because of their similarity in terms of tumour histology and hormone dependence (2,15).
One potential application," Gartner said, "would be that within the next couple of years, we could be taking samples of different components of a cancer patient's mammary gland
and building a model of their tissue to use as a personalized drug screening platform.
Furthermore, the DNA MP in whole blood samples was significantly higher than that in mammary gland
(Pless than 0.
The median age of dogs with canine mammary gland
cancer is 10 to 11 years.