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Reviews on Mammary Gland


This page contains mini reviews on timely topics related to the "Biology of the Mammary Gland".


  1. Mammary Development and Function
  2. Mammary Tumorigenesis
  3. The Cell Cycle and Mammary Development
  4. Mammary Apoptosis
  5. Growth Factors in Mammary Development
  6. Gene Expression in the Mammary Gland
  7. Lactation
  8. Comparative Pathology
  9. Audio Lectures by Prominent Scientists


1. Mammary Development and Function

1.1 Overview on Mammary Gland Development: a whole mount analysis

1.2 Stem Cells and Mammary Gland Development by Gloria Chepko and Gil Smith

1.3Prolactin Signaling in Mammary Gland Developmentby Hennighausen et al.

1.4 Oxytocin and its Role in Reproduction and Behavior by W. Scott Young

1.5 The Mammary Gland as an Organ to Study Development and Tumorigenesis by Daniel Medina

1.6Overview on Embryonic Mammary Gland Development by Gertraud Robinson

1.7 Progenitor Cells in the Mammary Gland by Gilbert H. Smith

1.8 Proteases and Mammary Gland Development by Zena Werb

1.9 Cooperativity in Tumorigenesis in p53-Deficient Mice by Larry Donehower

1.10 IGF1 and Mammary Gland Development by David Kleinberg

1.11The NOTCH Family and Mammary Gland Development by Robert Callahan

1.12 Programmed Cell Death in the Involuting Mouse Mammary Gland by Rolf Jaggi

1.13 The wnt Gene Family in Mammary Gland Development by Trevor Dale

1.14 Life of a Terminal Endbud (TEB) by Robin Humphreys

1.15 The Role of Parathyroid Hormone-related Protein (PTHrP) in Mammary Development, Lactation, and Breast Cancer by John Wysolmerski

1.16 Development of the Human Breast by BethIsrael Health Care

1.17 The Transport of Phosphate in the lactating Mammary Gland by Jonathan Shillingford

1.18 Ovarian Steroid Receptor Status of Profilerating Mammary Epithelial Cells by Nikolajs Zeps

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2. Mammary Tumorigenesis

2.1 How to Diagnoze Breast Cancer by Andy Fischer

2.2 The NOTCH Family in Mammary Gland Development and Tumorigenesis by Robert Callahan

2.3 Human Breast Cancer: A Case for Prolactin by Barbara K. Vonderhaar

2.4. Comparative Pathology of Mouse and Human Mammary Glands

2.5. Tumor progression in WAP-TAg transgenic mice

2.6. Morphologic Classification of Mouse Mammary Tumors with some Examples in Rat

2.7. A Historic Review of Dr. Beatson's article "On the Treatment of Inoperable Cases of Carcinoma of the Mama: Suggestions for New Methods of Treatment, with Illustrative Cases"

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3. The Cell Cycle and Mammary Development

3.1 cyclinD1 and Breast Cancer

3.2 Cooperativity in Tumorigenesis in p53-Deficient Mice by Larry Donehower


4. Apoptosis and Mammary Development

4.1 Programmed Cell Death in the Involuting Mouse Mammary Gland

4.2 Mammary Derived Signals Activate Programmed Cell Death in the Involuting Gland

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5. Growth Factors and Mammary Development

5.1 cripto - an EGF Related Family by David Salomon


6. Gene Expression in the Mammary Gland

6.1 alpha-lactalbumin by Jean-Luc Vilotte

6.2 The Beta-lactoglobulin Gene and its Transcriptional Regulation by Christine J Watson


7. Lactation

7.1 Hormonal Control of Maternal Behavior by Margaret McCarthy

7.2 Milk Secretion: an Overview by Peggy Neville

7.3 Oxytocin and Milk Ejection by Peggy Neville

7.4 Studies on Human Lactation: The Development of the Computerized Breast Measurement System by D. B. Cox, R. A. Owens and Peter E. Hartmann

7.5 Lactation Biology by Walter Hurley

7.6 Human Milk and Lactation adapted from a lecture by Mary Picciano


8. Comparative Pathology

8.1 Proposed Classification of Pathology of human mammary gland
by Dr.Sefton Wellings

8.2 Samples of nonneoplastic and neoplastic lesions of the mammary gland
by Drs. S. Rehm and A.G. Liebelt

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9. Audio Lectures by Prominent Scientists

9.1 Molecular Mechanism in Organogenesis: Phenotypes observed and patterns of differential gene expression in prolactin and growth hormone receptor knockout mice (Re)Generation by Paul Kelly

9.2 The comparative Histogenesis of Human and Mouse Breast Cancer
by Drs. Robert Cardiff and Sefton Wellings

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