Somatic p 16 INK 4 a Loss Accelerates Melanomagenesis

  title={Somatic p 16 INK 4 a Loss Accelerates Melanomagenesis},
  author={KB Monahan and GI Rozenberg and Janakiraman Krishnamurthy and S ott Johnson and Wensu Liu and Mark Bradford and Janet Horner and R Depinho and NE Sharpless},
  • KB Monahan, GI Rozenberg, +6 authors NE Sharpless
  • Published 2010

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