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Convergent and divergent cellular responses by ErbB4 isoforms in mammary epithelial cells






Molecular Cancer Research 12(8): 1140-1155

Convergent and divergent cellular responses by ErbB4 isoforms in mammary epithelial cells



Accession: 052339367

PMID: 24829397

DOI: 10.1158/1541-7786.MCR-13-0637



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