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Connections between CHFR, the cell cycle, and chemosensitivity: Are they critical in cancer?


, : Connections between CHFR, the cell cycle, and chemosensitivity: Are they critical in cancer?. Cancer Biology & Therapy 10(9): 942-944


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PMID: 21057211

DOI: 10.4161/cbt.10.9.13876


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