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P53 regulation, function, mutation and use in therapy: a review
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P53 regulation, function, mutation and use in therapy: a review
"P53 and breast cancer, an update."
By Marc Lacroix (a,b), Robert-Alain Toillon (a), Guy Leclercq (a)
(a) Jean-Claude Heuson Breast Cancer Lab, Institut Jules Bordet
Institute, Brussels, Belgium ; (b) InTextoResearch, Baelen, Belgium
Endocrine-Related Cancer, 13 (2) 293-325 (June 2006)
http://www.geocities.com/m.lacroix/erc2.htm
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