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1. Role of CEACAM1, ECM, and Mesenchymal Stem Cells in an Orthotopic Model of Human Breast Cancer


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2. Erratum of “Role of CEACAM1, ECM, and Mesenchymal Stem Cells in an Orthotopic Model of Human Breast Cancer”


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3. Erratum of “Role of CEACAM1, ECM, and Mesenchymal Stem Cells in an Orthotopic Model of Human Breast Cancer”

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4. Role of CEACAM1, ECM, and Mesenchymal Stem Cells in an Orthotopic Model of Human Breast Cancer

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5. (A) Schematic representation of CEACAM1 minigene or chimeras cloned into pcDNA 3


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6. (A) Schematic diagram of RT-PCR strategy for the identification of CEACAM1 long and short cytoplasmic domain splice variants


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7. (A) Total RNAs from the indicated cell lines were isolated and subjected to RT-PCR as described in Figure 2


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8. (A) CEACAM1 splicing pattern in ten breast cancer specimens (1–10) and two normal-appearing (N1 and N2) breast tissues is shown


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9. (A) The DUP5-1 minigene shown here contains three exons and two introns derived from human β-globin gene and is essentially identical to previously described version 46 except...


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