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Tumor cell eicosanoids promote tumor growth, metastasis and escape from angiodestructive tumor therapy

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HEIRMAN, I, Daisy Ginneberge, R BRIGELIUS-FLOHE, N HENDRICKX, P AGOSTINIS, P ROTTIERS, and Johan Grooten. 2005. “Tumor Cell Eicosanoids Promote Tumor Growth, Metastasis and Escape from Angiodestructive Tumor Therapy.” In Free Radical Research, 39:41.
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HEIRMAN, I., Ginneberge, D., BRIGELIUS-FLOHE, R., HENDRICKX, N., AGOSTINIS, P., ROTTIERS, P., & Grooten, J. (2005). Tumor cell eicosanoids promote tumor growth, metastasis and escape from angiodestructive tumor therapy. FREE RADICAL RESEARCH (Vol. 39, p. 41).
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HEIRMAN I, Ginneberge D, BRIGELIUS-FLOHE R, HENDRICKX N, AGOSTINIS P, ROTTIERS P, et al. Tumor cell eicosanoids promote tumor growth, metastasis and escape from angiodestructive tumor therapy. FREE RADICAL RESEARCH. 2005. p. 41.
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HEIRMAN, I, Daisy Ginneberge, R BRIGELIUS-FLOHE, et al. “Tumor Cell Eicosanoids Promote Tumor Growth, Metastasis and Escape from Angiodestructive Tumor Therapy.” Free Radical Research. Vol. 39. 2005. 41. Print.
@inproceedings{410993,
  author       = {HEIRMAN, I and Ginneberge, Daisy and BRIGELIUS-FLOHE, R and HENDRICKX, N and AGOSTINIS, P and ROTTIERS, P and Grooten, Johan},
  booktitle    = {FREE RADICAL RESEARCH},
  issn         = {1071-5762},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {S41-S41},
  title        = {Tumor cell eicosanoids promote tumor growth, metastasis and escape from angiodestructive tumor therapy},
  volume       = {39},
  year         = {2005},
}

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