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Tumorigenicity of immortalized human prostate epithelial cells Association with decreased epidermal growth factor receptor expression



Tumorigenicity of immortalized human prostate epithelial cells Association with decreased epidermal growth factor receptor expression



Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 35: 272




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