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Bradley, Sherille D, Talukder, Amjad H, Lai, Ivy, Davis, Rebecca, Alvarez, Hector, Tiriac, Herve, Zhang, Minying, Chiu, Yulun, Melendez, Brenda, Jackson, Kyle R, Katailiha, Arjun, Sonnemann, Heather M, Li, Fenge, Kang, Yaan, Qiao, Na, Pan, Bih-Fang, Lorenzi, Philip L, Hurd, Mark, Mittendorf, Elizabeth A, Peterson, Christine B, Javle, Milind, Bristow, Christopher, Kim, Michael, Tuveson, David A, Hawke, David, Kopetz, Scott, Wolff, Robert A, Hwu, Patrick, Maitra, Anirban, Roszik, Jason, Yee, Cassian, Lizée, Gregory (October 2020) Vestigial-like 1 is a shared targetable cancer-placenta antigen expressed by pancreatic and basal-like breast cancers. Nature Communications, 11 (1). p. 5332. ISSN 2041-1723

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Feigman, Mary J, Moss, Matthew A, Chen, Chen, Cyrill, Samantha L, Ciccone, Michael, Trousdell, Marygrace, Yang, Shih Ting, Frey, Wesley D, Wilkinson, John E, dos Santos, Camila O (June 2020) Pregnancy reprograms the epigenome of mammary epithelial cells and blocks the development of premalignant mammary lesions in response to cMYC-overexpression. In: AACR Special Conference on the Evolving Landscape of Cancer Modeling.

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Maurice, C, Dalvai, M, Lambrot, R, Deschênes, A, Scott-Boyer, MP, McGraw, S, Chan, D, Côté, N, Ziv-Gal, A, Flaws, JA, Droit, A, Trasler, J, Kimmins, S, Bailey, JL (June 2021) Early-life exposure to environmental contaminants perturbs the sperm epigenome and induces negative pregnancy outcomes for three generations via the paternal lineage. Epigenomes, 5 (2). p. 10. ISSN 2075-4655

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