Clinical assessment of the miR-34, miR-200, ZEB1 and SNAIL EMT regulation hub underlines the differential prognostic value of EMT miRs to drive mesenchymal transition and prognosis in resected NSCLC - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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Clinical assessment of the miR-34, miR-200, ZEB1 and SNAIL EMT regulation hub underlines the differential prognostic value of EMT miRs to drive mesenchymal transition and prognosis in resected NSCLC

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Simon Garinet
Audrey Didelot
Thomas Denize
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Alexandre Perrier
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Guillaume Beinse
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Jean-Baptiste Leclere
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Laure Gibault
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Cecile Badoual
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Françoise Le Pimpec-Barthes
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Pierre Laurent-Puig
Antoine Legras
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Helene Blons
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hal-03590903 , version 1 (28-02-2022)

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Simon Garinet, Audrey Didelot, Thomas Denize, Alexandre Perrier, Guillaume Beinse, et al.. Clinical assessment of the miR-34, miR-200, ZEB1 and SNAIL EMT regulation hub underlines the differential prognostic value of EMT miRs to drive mesenchymal transition and prognosis in resected NSCLC. British Journal of Cancer, 2021, 125 (11), pp.1544-1551. ⟨10.1038/s41416-021-01568-7⟩. ⟨hal-03590903⟩
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