Journal of Mammary Gland Biology and Neoplasia provides researchers within and outside the field of mammary gland biology with an integrated source of information derived from studies of the development, function, and pathology of the mammary gland. This quarterly journal offers comprehensive analyses of all aspects of the field, considering the fundamental biology and pathology of the mammary gland including, but not restricted to mammary development, the biology of breast cancer, lactation, milk proteins, bioactive agents in milk, hormonal regulation, growth factors, signal transduction, nutrition, and genetics. Each outstanding issue, guest edited by prominent authorities in the field, contains a series of minireviews encompassing a single topic. Researchers in the field of mammary gland biology, dairy scientists, and breast cancer researchers, as well as cell biologists, medical scientists, oncologists, nutritionists, pediatricians, and obstetricians will benefit from this quarterly
Holdings: Vol. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1997)-present
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