Targeted cancer therapy based on blocking the expression of genes and small doses of oxaliplatin.

Poster   Apr 01, 2014

 
Targeted cancer therapy based on blocking the expression of genes and small doses of oxaliplatin.
 
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Bavykin A.S.1, Korotaeva A.A.1, Poyarkov S.V.2, Syrtsev A.V.1, Karpukhin A.V.1

 
 

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