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Laminin-1-induced migration of multiple myeloma cells involves the high-affinity 67 kD laminin receptor

Bibliographic reference Vande Broek, I. ; Vanderkerken, K. ; De Greef, C. ; Asosingh, K. ; Straetmans, N. ; et. al. Laminin-1-induced migration of multiple myeloma cells involves the high-affinity 67 kD laminin receptor. In: The British journal of cancer, Vol. 85, no. 9, p. 1387-1395 (2001)
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