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METASTATIC T-CELL HYBRIDOMA CELLS DISPLAY TARGET PREFERENCE FOR INVASION (HOMING) IN TISSUE-CULTURE MODELS.

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VERSCHUEREN, H, GK DEBRUYNE, J DEWIT, P DEBAETSELIER, and Marcus Mareel. 1991. “Metastatic T-cell Hybridoma Cells Display Target Preference for Invasion (homing) in Tissue-culture Models.” Anticancer Research 11 (3).
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VERSCHUEREN, H., DEBRUYNE, G., DEWIT, J., DEBAETSELIER, P., & Mareel, M. (1991). METASTATIC T-CELL HYBRIDOMA CELLS DISPLAY TARGET PREFERENCE FOR INVASION (HOMING) IN TISSUE-CULTURE MODELS. ANTICANCER RESEARCH, 11(3).
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VERSCHUEREN H, DEBRUYNE G, DEWIT J, DEBAETSELIER P, Mareel M. METASTATIC T-CELL HYBRIDOMA CELLS DISPLAY TARGET PREFERENCE FOR INVASION (HOMING) IN TISSUE-CULTURE MODELS. ANTICANCER RESEARCH. 1991;11(3).
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VERSCHUEREN, H, GK DEBRUYNE, J DEWIT, et al. “Metastatic T-cell Hybridoma Cells Display Target Preference for Invasion (homing) in Tissue-culture Models.” ANTICANCER RESEARCH 11.3 (1991): n. pag. Print.
@article{151113,
  author       = {VERSCHUEREN, H and DEBRUYNE, GK and DEWIT, J and DEBAETSELIER, P and Mareel, Marcus},
  issn         = {0250-7005},
  journal      = {ANTICANCER RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  title        = {METASTATIC T-CELL HYBRIDOMA CELLS DISPLAY TARGET PREFERENCE FOR INVASION (HOMING) IN TISSUE-CULTURE MODELS.},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {1991},
}