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Multicellular spheroids from ovarian carcinoma ascites samples adhere to extracellular matrix molecules and mesothelial cell monolayers



Multicellular spheroids from ovarian carcinoma ascites samples adhere to extracellular matrix molecules and mesothelial cell monolayers



Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 44: 198, July




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