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Effects of antisense hsp27 gene expression in osteosarcoma cells.

Bibliographic reference Rondeaux, P ; Horman, Sandrine ; Galand, P ; Mairesse, N. Effects of antisense hsp27 gene expression in osteosarcoma cells.. In: In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal, Vol. 33, no.9, p. 655-8 (1997)
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