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Tumour acidosis: from the passenger to the driver's seat.

Bibliographic reference Corbet, Cyril ; Feron, Olivier. Tumour acidosis: from the passenger to the driver's seat.. In: Nature Reviews. Cancer, Vol. 17, no.10, p. 577-593 (2017)
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