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Question Which of these oncogenes with Tyrosine Kinase Epidermal Growth Factor Acitvity!

A 59-year-old woman noticed a lump in her left breast which was confirmed by mammography. Needle core biopsy reported that the mass is malignant. If overexpression of the receptor tyrosine kinase related to epidermal growth factor receptor is involved in this breast malignancy, which of the following genes are highly responsible for this condition?

A) p53
B) HER-2/neu
C) BRCA-1
D) BRCA-2
E) p21RAS
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