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E-cadherin is inactivated in a majority of invasive human lobular breast cancers by truncation mutations throughout its extracellular domain.

(1996) ONCOGENE. 13(9). p.1919-1925
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Berx, Geert, AM CLETONJANSEN, Kristin Strumane, WJF DELEEUW, Friedel Nollet, Frans Van Roy, and C CORNELISSE. 1996. “E-cadherin Is Inactivated in a Majority of Invasive Human Lobular Breast Cancers by Truncation Mutations Throughout Its Extracellular Domain.” Oncogene 13 (9): 1919–1925.
APA
Berx, G., CLETONJANSEN, A., Strumane, K., DELEEUW, W., Nollet, F., Van Roy, F., & CORNELISSE, C. (1996). E-cadherin is inactivated in a majority of invasive human lobular breast cancers by truncation mutations throughout its extracellular domain. ONCOGENE, 13(9), 1919–1925.
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Berx G, CLETONJANSEN A, Strumane K, DELEEUW W, Nollet F, Van Roy F, et al. E-cadherin is inactivated in a majority of invasive human lobular breast cancers by truncation mutations throughout its extracellular domain. ONCOGENE. 1996;13(9):1919–25.
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Berx, Geert, AM CLETONJANSEN, Kristin Strumane, et al. “E-cadherin Is Inactivated in a Majority of Invasive Human Lobular Breast Cancers by Truncation Mutations Throughout Its Extracellular Domain.” ONCOGENE 13.9 (1996): 1919–1925. Print.
@article{190793,
  author       = {Berx, Geert and CLETONJANSEN, AM and Strumane, Kristin and DELEEUW, WJF and Nollet, Friedel and Van Roy, Frans and CORNELISSE, C},
  issn         = {0950-9232},
  journal      = {ONCOGENE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {1919--1925},
  title        = {E-cadherin is inactivated in a majority of invasive human lobular breast cancers by truncation mutations throughout its extracellular domain.},
  volume       = {13},
  year         = {1996},
}