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Impact of cyclic hypoxia on HIF-1alpha regulation in endothelial cells - new insights for anti-tumor treatments

Bibliographic reference Martinive, Philippe ; Defresne, Florence ; Quaghebeur, Elise ; Daneau, Géraldine ; Crokart, Nathalie ; et. al. Impact of cyclic hypoxia on HIF-1alpha regulation in endothelial cells - new insights for anti-tumor treatments. In: The FEBS journal, Vol. 276, no. 2, p. 509-518 (2009)
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