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Chromosomal and proto-oncogene alterations associated with the multistep process of in vitro neoplastic transformation of human cervical cells



Chromosomal and proto-oncogene alterations associated with the multistep process of in vitro neoplastic transformation of human cervical cells



Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 35(0): 116




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