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Consistent with these findings, studies by Fisher et al. , have shown that oestrogen deficiency in aromatase-knockout mice leads to underdeveloped genitalia and immature mammary glands. Although the mammary glands of female aromatase-transgenic mice exhibited hyperplastic and dysplastic changes, palpable mammary tumours have not been observed even in animals more than 2 years old. This suggests that other cooperating factor(s) or carcinogenic events are required for development of cancer. Thus administration of a single dose of dimethyl-benzanthracene Aromatase inhibitors and models for breast cancer 27 (DMBA) resulted in the induction of frank mammary tumours in about 25% of aromatase-transgenic mice, and all animals had microscopic evidence of tumour formation, whereas there was no evidence of tumours in DMBA-treated non-transgenic mice .