Expressão de PRSS11, MTSS1, CLPTM1, SMYD2, NOTCH1 e RPL37A em fatias de carcinoma de mama de cadelas e correlação com resposta à doxorrubicina in vitro

@inproceedings{Sobral2006ExpressoDP,
  title={Express{\~a}o de PRSS11, MTSS1, CLPTM1, SMYD2, NOTCH1 e RPL37A em fatias de carcinoma de mama de cadelas e correlaç{\~a}o com resposta {\`a} doxorrubicina in vitro},
  author={Renata Afonso Sobral},
  year={2006}
}

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