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Induction of atypical ductal hyperplasia in mouse mammary gland organ culture



Induction of atypical ductal hyperplasia in mouse mammary gland organ culture



Journal of the National Cancer Institute 93(14): 1103-1106




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PMID: 11459872

DOI: 10.1093/jnci/93.14.1103


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