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Altered Expression Profiles and Defects in a Group of Cell Cycle Regulators and Tumor Suppressor Genes (INK4) and Evaluation of Comprehensive Expression Profiles of Canine miRNAs in Spontaneous Canine Breast Cancer Models

@inproceedings{Kabir2014AlteredEP,
  title={Altered Expression Profiles and Defects in a Group of Cell Cycle Regulators and Tumor Suppressor Genes (INK4) and Evaluation of Comprehensive Expression Profiles of Canine miRNAs in Spontaneous Canine Breast Cancer Models},
  author={L. Kabir and F. Mohammad},
  year={2014}
}
  • L. Kabir, F. Mohammad
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • .............................................................................................................................. ii Acknowledgments.............................................................................................................. iv Dedication .......................................................................................................................... vi List of Tables… CONTINUE READING
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