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Glutamine activates STAT3 to control cancer cell proliferation independently of glutamine metabolism

Bibliographic reference Cacace, Andrea ; Sboarina, Martina ; Vazeille, Thibaut ; Sonveaux, Pierre. Glutamine activates STAT3 to control cancer cell proliferation independently of glutamine metabolism. In: Oncogene : including Oncogene Reviews, Vol. 36, no. 15, p. 2074-2084 (2017)
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