Functional genomics to identify unforeseen cancer drug targets

Future Oncology
Christopher J Kemp, Carla Grandori

Abstract

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Citations

May 10, 2013·Future Oncology·Tarl W ProwH Peter Soyer
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Sep 2, 2014·Cell Reports·Nathiya MuthalaguDaniel J Murphy

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