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G. Heintz and S. , Bousquié for their technical assistance; C. Duperray for performing the selective cell sorting; M. Brissac and I. Ait-Arsa for help with the animal experiments; L. Le Cam for kindly providing retroviral vectors, and Roche for providing pertuzumab. This project was supported by ANR-07-RIB- 003