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ROLE OF THE HOST TISSUE IN THE ANTI-INVASIVE ACTIVITY OF THE ALKYLLYSOPHOSPHOLIPID, ET-18-OCH3, INVITRO.

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SCHALLIER, D, Erik Bruyneel, GA STORME, and Marcus Mareel. 1991. “ROLE OF THE HOST TISSUE IN THE ANTI-INVASIVE ACTIVITY OF THE ALKYLLYSOPHOSPHOLIPID, ET-18-OCH3, INVITRO.” Clinical & Experimental Metastasis 9 (6): 579–591.
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SCHALLIER, D., Bruyneel, E., STORME, G., & Mareel, M. (1991). ROLE OF THE HOST TISSUE IN THE ANTI-INVASIVE ACTIVITY OF THE ALKYLLYSOPHOSPHOLIPID, ET-18-OCH3, INVITRO. CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS, 9(6), 579–591.
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SCHALLIER D, Bruyneel E, STORME G, Mareel M. ROLE OF THE HOST TISSUE IN THE ANTI-INVASIVE ACTIVITY OF THE ALKYLLYSOPHOSPHOLIPID, ET-18-OCH3, INVITRO. CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS. 1991;9(6):579–91.
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SCHALLIER, D, Erik Bruyneel, GA STORME, et al. “ROLE OF THE HOST TISSUE IN THE ANTI-INVASIVE ACTIVITY OF THE ALKYLLYSOPHOSPHOLIPID, ET-18-OCH3, INVITRO.” CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS 9.6 (1991): 579–591. Print.
@article{151177,
  author       = {SCHALLIER, D and Bruyneel, Erik and STORME, GA and Mareel, Marcus},
  issn         = {0262-0898},
  journal      = {CLINICAL \& EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {579--591},
  title        = {ROLE OF THE HOST TISSUE IN THE ANTI-INVASIVE ACTIVITY OF THE ALKYLLYSOPHOSPHOLIPID, ET-18-OCH3, INVITRO.},
  volume       = {9},
  year         = {1991},
}