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β-catenin-independent WNT signaling and Ki67 in contrast to the estrogen receptor status are prognostic and associated with poor prognosis in breast cancer liver metastases

Bleckmann, Annalen ; Conradi, Lena-Christin ; Menck, Kerstin ; Schmick, Nadine Annette ; Schubert, Antonia ; Rietkötter, Eva ; Arackal, Jetcy ; Middel, Peter ; Schambony, Alexandra ; Liersch, Torsten ; Homayounfar, Kia ; Beißbarth, Tim ; Klemm, Florian ; Binder, Claudia ; Pukrop, Tobias


Liver metastasis development in breast cancer patients is common and confers a poor prognosis. So far, the prognostic significance of surgical resection and clinical relevance of biomarker analysis in metastatic tissue have barely been investigated. We previously demonstrated an impact of WNT signaling in breast cancer brain metastasis. This study aimed to investigate the value of established ...


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