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Disruption of the hexokinase-VDAC complex for tumor therapy.

Bibliographic reference Galluzzi, L ; Kepp, O ; Tajeddine, Nicolas ; Kroemer, G. Disruption of the hexokinase-VDAC complex for tumor therapy.. In: Oncogene, Vol. 27, no. 34, p. 4633-4635 (2008)
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