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Differential glycosylation of gelatinase B from neutrophils and breast cancer cells

Bibliographic reference Fry, SA ; Van den Steen, PE ; Royle, L ; Wormald, MR ; Leathern, AJ ; et. al. Differential glycosylation of gelatinase B from neutrophils and breast cancer cells.7th Jenner Glycobiology and Medicine Symposium (London(England), Sep 05-08, 2004). In: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Vol. 564, p. 103-112 (2005)
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