• Published 2013

Wnt / β-catenin signaling induces MLL to create epigenetic changes in salivary gland tumors

@inproceedings{Wend2013Wnt,
  title={Wnt / β-catenin signaling induces MLL to create epigenetic changes in salivary gland tumors},
  author={Peter Wend and Liang Fang and Qionghua Zhu and J{\"o}rg H Schipper and Christoph Loddenkemper and Frauke Kosel and Volker Brinkmann and K. Eckert and Simone Hindersin and Jane D. Holland and Stephan Lehr and Michael S. Kahn and Ulrike Ziebold and Walter Birchmeier},
  year={2013}
}
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