Early stage breast neoplasias tend to share transcriptional traits with one another, according to a study in the early edition of Genome Biology. Researchers from Stanford University and the University of Notre Dame did RNA sequencing on formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded breast neoplasia sample from 25 individuals and on breast cancer and normal tissues from the same patients.

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