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Urokinase activity and invasion of matrigel by invasive and noninvasive variants of the OSPR human osteosarcoma cell line



Urokinase activity and invasion of matrigel by invasive and noninvasive variants of the OSPR human osteosarcoma cell line



Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 35: 56




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