BREAST STEM CELLS AND THEIR PARTICIPATION IN CARCINOGENESIS

Authors

  • Ю. Б. Чайковський National Medical University by O.O. Bogomolets
  • О. І. Дєльцова Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University
  • С. Б. Геращенко Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University

Keywords:

breast, stem cells, carcinogenesis.

Abstract

The results of contemporary researches of breast stem cells are considered in the article. Cogent arguments for the presence of three types of progenitor cells – for myoepithelial cells, epithelium of ducts and epithelial cells of mammary gland are given. Their role in the origin of breast cancer is discussed.

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Published

2019-09-19

How to Cite

Чайковський, Ю. Б., Дєльцова, О. І., & Геращенко, С. Б. (2019). BREAST STEM CELLS AND THEIR PARTICIPATION IN CARCINOGENESIS. PRECARPATHIAN BULLETIN OF THE SHEVCHENKO SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY Pulse, (4(20), 18-26. Retrieved from https://pvntsh.nung.edu.ua/index.php/pulse/article/view/853

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