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Figure 1: Gene expression patterns of 85 experimental samples analyzed by hierarchical-clustering using the 476 cDNA "intrinsic" clone set.
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Figure 2: Comparison of experimental sample associated dendrograms from two different hierarchical clustering analyses.
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Figure 3: Overall and relapse free survival analysis of the 51 breast cancer patients, uniformly treated in a prospective study, based upon different gene expression classification.
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Supplemental Figure 4: The full hierarchical-cluster diagram with all gene names formed when using 85 arrays/78 tumors and the "intrinsic" gene list that contained 456 cDNA clones.
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Supplemental Figure 5: The full cluster diagram using the intrinsic gene list and only the subset of 51 Norway tumors from the prospective study (15).
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Supplemental Figure 6: Correlation of individual tumor samples to the "core" expression-based subtypes profile.
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Supplemental Figure 7: Hierarchical-clustering using the "SAM264" gene set and 78 tumor samples.
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Supplemental Figure 8: The full cluster diagram using the "SAM264" gene set and 85 arrays/78 tumors.
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