Cadherin composition and multicellular aggregate invasion in organotypic models of epithelial ovarian cancer intraperitoneal metastasis

Published on Oct 19, 2017in Oncogene7.971
· DOI :10.1038/ONC.2017.171
Yuliya Klymenko8
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(ND: University of Notre Dame),
Oleg Kim18
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(UCR: University of California, Riverside)
+ 4 AuthorsM. Stack2
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(ND: University of Notre Dame)
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Abstract
Cadherin composition and multicellular aggregate invasion in organotypic models of epithelial ovarian cancer intraperitoneal metastasis
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