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p130Cas and p140Cap as the Bad and Good Guys in Breast Cancer Cell Progression to an Invasive Phenotype

By P. Di Stefano, M. del P. Camacho Leal, B. Bisaro, G. Tornillo, D. Repetto, A. Pincini, N. Sharma, S. Grasso, E. Turco, S. Cabodi and P. Defilippi

Submitted: November 19th 2010Reviewed: July 5th 2011Published: December 14th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/22502

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P. Di Stefano, M. del P. Camacho Leal, B. Bisaro, G. Tornillo, D. Repetto, A. Pincini, N. Sharma, S. Grasso, E. Turco, S. Cabodi and P. Defilippi (December 14th 2011). p130Cas and p140Cap as the Bad and Good Guys in Breast Cancer Cell Progression to an Invasive Phenotype, Breast Cancer - Focusing Tumor Microenvironment, Stem cells and Metastasis, Mehmet Gunduz and Esra Gunduz, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/22502. Available from:

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