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Genomics and proteomics approaches to the study of cancer-stroma interactions (2010)

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      RODRIGUES-LISONI, Flávia C.; PEITL JR., Paulo; VIDOTTO, Alessandra; et al. Genomics and proteomics approaches to the study of cancer-stroma interactions. BMC Medical Genomics, London, v. 3, 2010. DOI: 10.1186/1755-8794-3-14.
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      Rodrigues-Lisoni, F. C., Peitl Jr., P., Vidotto, A., Polachini, G. M., Maniglia, J. V., Carmona-Raphe, J., et al. (2010). Genomics and proteomics approaches to the study of cancer-stroma interactions. BMC Medical Genomics, 3. doi:10.1186/1755-8794-3-14
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      Rodrigues-Lisoni FC, Peitl Jr. P, Vidotto A, Polachini GM, Maniglia JV, Carmona-Raphe J, Cunha BR, Henrique T, Souza CF, Teixeira RAP, Fukuyama EE, Michaluart Jr. P, Carvalho MB de, Oliani SM, Tajara EH, Silva Júnior WA da. Genomics and proteomics approaches to the study of cancer-stroma interactions. BMC Medical Genomics. 2010 ; 3
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      Rodrigues-Lisoni FC, Peitl Jr. P, Vidotto A, Polachini GM, Maniglia JV, Carmona-Raphe J, Cunha BR, Henrique T, Souza CF, Teixeira RAP, Fukuyama EE, Michaluart Jr. P, Carvalho MB de, Oliani SM, Tajara EH, Silva Júnior WA da. Genomics and proteomics approaches to the study of cancer-stroma interactions. BMC Medical Genomics. 2010 ; 3

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