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Cutaneous breast cancer deposits show distinct growth patterns with different degrees of angiogenesis, hypoxia and fibrin deposition

(2003) HISTOPATHOLOGY. 42(6). p.530-540
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COLPAERT, CG, PB VERMEULEN, P VAN BEEST, Adelheid Soubry, G GOOVAERTS, LY DIRIX, AL HARRIS, and EA VAN MARCK. 2003. “Cutaneous Breast Cancer Deposits Show Distinct Growth Patterns with Different Degrees of Angiogenesis, Hypoxia and Fibrin Deposition.” Histopathology 42 (6): 530–540.
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COLPAERT, C., VERMEULEN, P., VAN BEEST, P., Soubry, A., GOOVAERTS, G., DIRIX, L., HARRIS, A., et al. (2003). Cutaneous breast cancer deposits show distinct growth patterns with different degrees of angiogenesis, hypoxia and fibrin deposition. HISTOPATHOLOGY, 42(6), 530–540.
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COLPAERT C, VERMEULEN P, VAN BEEST P, Soubry A, GOOVAERTS G, DIRIX L, et al. Cutaneous breast cancer deposits show distinct growth patterns with different degrees of angiogenesis, hypoxia and fibrin deposition. HISTOPATHOLOGY. 2003;42(6):530–40.
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COLPAERT, CG, PB VERMEULEN, P VAN BEEST, et al. “Cutaneous Breast Cancer Deposits Show Distinct Growth Patterns with Different Degrees of Angiogenesis, Hypoxia and Fibrin Deposition.” HISTOPATHOLOGY 42.6 (2003): 530–540. Print.
@article{210325,
  author       = {COLPAERT, CG and VERMEULEN, PB and VAN BEEST, P and Soubry, Adelheid and GOOVAERTS, G and DIRIX, LY and HARRIS, AL and VAN MARCK, EA},
  issn         = {0309-0167},
  journal      = {HISTOPATHOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {530--540},
  title        = {Cutaneous breast cancer deposits show distinct growth patterns with different degrees of angiogenesis, hypoxia and fibrin deposition},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2559.2003.01629.x},
  volume       = {42},
  year         = {2003},
}

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