Entosis, a cell death process related to cell cannibalism between tumor cells

Médecine sciences : M/S
Arnaud A MailleuxJoan S Brugge

Abstract

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References

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Citations

Feb 28, 2017·Médecine sciences : M/S·Laure Coulombel
Sep 19, 2019·Médecine sciences : M/S·Mathilde GalaisMartine Biard-Piechaczyk
Sep 2, 2011·Médecine sciences : M/S·Arnaud A MailleuxMichael Overholtzer
Dec 21, 2013·Médecine sciences : M/S·Lauriane CabonSantos A Susin

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