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"Externally applied forces can phenotypically revert malignant breast epithelial structures," Monday, Dec. 17, 2012, 2−3:30 pm, Session: Tumor Microenvironment, presentation: 1673, poster: B1444, Exhibit Halls A-C
American Society for Cell Biology
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