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Correction: Ability to Generate Patient-Derived Breast Cancer Xenografts Is Enhanced in Chemoresistant Disease and Predicts Poor Patient Outcomes

  • Priscilla F. McAuliffe,
  • Kurt W. Evans,
  • Argun Akcakanat,
  • Ken Chen,
  • Xiaofeng Zheng,
  • Hao Zhao,
  • Agda Karina Eterovic,
  • Takafumi Sangai,
  • Ashley M. Holder,
  • Chandeshwar Sharma,
  • Huiqin Chen,
  • Kim-Anh Do,
  • Emily Tarco,
  • Mihai Gagea,
  • Katherine A. Naff,
  • Aysegul Sahin,
  • Asha S. Multani,
  • Dalliah M. Black,
  • Elizabeth A. Mittendorf,
  • Isabelle Bedrosian,
  • Gordon B. Mills,
  • Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo,
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Correction: Ability to Generate Patient-Derived Breast Cancer Xenografts Is Enhanced in Chemoresistant Disease and Predicts Poor Patient Outcomes

  • Priscilla F. McAuliffe, 
  • Kurt W. Evans, 
  • Argun Akcakanat, 
  • Ken Chen, 
  • Xiaofeng Zheng, 
  • Hao Zhao, 
  • Agda Karina Eterovic, 
  • Takafumi Sangai, 
  • Ashley M. Holder, 
  • Chandeshwar Sharma
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Reference

  1. 1. McAuliffe PF, Evans KW, Akcakanat A, Chen K, Zheng X, Zhao H, et al. (2015) Ability to Generate Patient-Derived Breast Cancer Xenografts Is Enhanced in Chemoresistant Disease and Predicts Poor Patient Outcomes. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0136851. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0136851. pmid:26325287