The Hallmarks of Cancer

@article{Hanahan2000TheHO,
  title={The Hallmarks of Cancer},
  author={Douglas Hanahan and Robert A. Weinberg},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2000},
  volume={100},
  pages={57-70}
}
We wish to thank Terry Schoop of Biomed Arts Associates, San Francisco, for preparation of the figures, Cori Bargmann and Zena Werb for insightful comments on the manuscript, and Normita Santore for editorial assistance. In addition, we are indebted to Joe Harford and Richard Klausner, who allowed us to adapt and expand their depiction of the cell signaling network, and we appreciate suggestions on signaling pathways from Randy Watnick, Brian Elenbas, Bill Lundberg, Dave Morgan, and Henry… Expand
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