Continued misrepresentation of KB cells as being of oral cancer phenotype requires action.

@article{ONeill2009ContinuedMO,
  title={Continued misrepresentation of KB cells as being of oral cancer phenotype requires action.},
  author={Iain David O'Neill},
  journal={Oral oncology},
  year={2009},
  volume={45 10},
  pages={e117-8}
}
The use of cancer cell-lines derived from human tissues provide a fundamental platform from which our knowledge of the underlying biology of neoplasia is derived. Furthermore, they serve as the basis for the investigation of specific therapeutic strategies towards specific cancer types. This includes the development of novel therapeutic agents or novel combinations of established agents as well as the application of existing therapies with known efficacy against a specific cancer to other… CONTINUE READING

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