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Characterization of pancreatic lesions from MT- tgfα, Ela- myc and MT- tgfα/Ela- myc single and double transgenic mice

Liao Dezhong Joshua, Wang Yong, Wu Jiusheng, Adsay Nazmi Volkan, Grignon David, Khanani Fayyaz, Sarkar Fazlul H

Year : 2006| Volume: 5| Issue : 1 | Page no: 19-19

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