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Ectopic expression of PTEN negatively regulates both cell cycle progression and cell survival in breast cancer cells



Ectopic expression of PTEN negatively regulates both cell cycle progression and cell survival in breast cancer cells



Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting (41): 201




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