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Metastasis to the brain is a clinical problem in patients with breast cancer (1-3). We mined published microarray data (4, 5) to compare primary and metastatic tumor transcriptomes to discover genes associated with brain metastasis in patients with metastatic breast cancer. We found that the scavenger receptor class A member 5, encoded by SCARA5, was among the genes whose expression was most different in the brain and metastases of patients with metastatic breast cancer as compared to benign ordoi:10.31219/osf.io/9t6ru fatcat:t4pjyhdfo5ai3bgmvbeipbewvi