Differentiation-state plasticity is a targetable resistance mechanism in basal-like breast cancer

Tyler Risom, Ellen M. Langer, Margaret P. Chapman, Juha Rantala, Andrew J. Fields, Christopher Boniface, Mariano J. Alvarez, Nicholas D. Kendsersky, Carl R. Pelz, Katherine Johnson-Camacho, Lacey E. Dobrolecki, Koei Chin, Anil J. Aswani, Nicholas J. Wang, Andrea Califano, Michael T. Lewis, Claire J. Tomlin, Paul T. Spellman, Andrew Adey, Joe W. GrayRosalie C. Sears

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