Expression of the PAX8/PPARγ fusion protein is associated with decreased neovascularization in vivo: Impact on tumorigenesis and disease prognosis

H. V. Reddi, P. Madde, L. A. Marlow, J. A. Copland, B. McIver, S. K.G. Grebe, N. L. Eberhardt

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