there's a widely used gene set PAM50 of 50 genes used to classify breast cancer subtypes, introduced in this paper:
Parker et. al. Supervised Risk Predictor of Breast Cancer Based on Intrinsic Subtypes http://jco.ascopubs.org/content/27/8/1160.abstract
where can the actual listing of 50 genes obtained through their analysis be found? I have not seen it as a supplementary table in any of the papers. The only place I saw the genes named is in the first figure of this paper: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3487945/figure/F1/ but I was hoping to find a more parse-able downloadable format instead of retyping gene symbols from the figure.
edit: I just typed it out from the image, which is primitive and error prone (and using gene symbols to identify genes is imprecise) but there it is in case others find it helpful
UBE2T BIRC5 NUF2 CDC6 CCNB1 TYMS MYBL2 CEP55 MELK NDC80 RRM2 UBE2C CENPF PTTG1 EXO1 ORC6L ANLN CCNE1 CDC20 MKI67 KIF2C ACTR3B MYC EGFR KRT5 PHGDH CDH3 MIA KRT17 FOXC1 SFRP1 KRT14 ESR1 SLC39A6 BAG1 MAPT PGR CXXC5 MLPH BCL2 MDM2 NAT1 FOXA1 BLVRA MMP11 GPR160 FGFR4 GRB7 TMEM45B ERBB2