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Postlactational Involution: Molecular Mechanisms and Relevance for Breast Cancer Development

By Edith C. Kordon and Omar A. Coso

Submitted: May 11th 2016Reviewed: October 25th 2016Published: May 10th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/66526

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Edith C. Kordon and Omar A. Coso (May 10th 2017). Postlactational Involution: Molecular Mechanisms and Relevance for Breast Cancer Development, Current Topics in Lactation Isabel Gigli, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/66526. Available from:

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