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NOTCH SIGNALLING WITHIN THE TUMOUR-STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT DRIVES PROGRESSION OF CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA WHILST PATHWAY INHIBITION ENHANCES CHEMOSENSITIVITY

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NOTCH SIGNALLING WITHIN THE TUMOUR-STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT DRIVES PROGRESSION OF CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA WHILST PATHWAY INHIBITION ENHANCES CHEMOSENSITIVITY. / Robson, A.; Guest, R. V.; Boulter, L.; Pellicoro, A.; Sansom, O.; Forbes, Stuart.

In: Journal of Hepatology, Vol. 56, 04.2012, p. S15-S15.

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Harvard

Robson, A, Guest, RV, Boulter, L, Pellicoro, A, Sansom, O & Forbes, S 2012, 'NOTCH SIGNALLING WITHIN THE TUMOUR-STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT DRIVES PROGRESSION OF CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA WHILST PATHWAY INHIBITION ENHANCES CHEMOSENSITIVITY', Journal of Hepatology, vol. 56, pp. S15-S15.

APA

Robson, A., Guest, R. V., Boulter, L., Pellicoro, A., Sansom, O., & Forbes, S. (2012). NOTCH SIGNALLING WITHIN THE TUMOUR-STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT DRIVES PROGRESSION OF CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA WHILST PATHWAY INHIBITION ENHANCES CHEMOSENSITIVITY. Journal of Hepatology, 56, S15-S15.

Vancouver

Robson A, Guest RV, Boulter L, Pellicoro A, Sansom O, Forbes S. NOTCH SIGNALLING WITHIN THE TUMOUR-STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT DRIVES PROGRESSION OF CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA WHILST PATHWAY INHIBITION ENHANCES CHEMOSENSITIVITY. Journal of Hepatology. 2012 Apr;56:S15-S15.

Author

Robson, A. ; Guest, R. V. ; Boulter, L. ; Pellicoro, A. ; Sansom, O. ; Forbes, Stuart. / NOTCH SIGNALLING WITHIN THE TUMOUR-STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT DRIVES PROGRESSION OF CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA WHILST PATHWAY INHIBITION ENHANCES CHEMOSENSITIVITY. In: Journal of Hepatology. 2012 ; Vol. 56. pp. S15-S15.