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Thiazolides promote G1 cell cycle arrest in colorectal cancer cells by targeting the mitochondrial respiratory chain

Thiazolides promote G1 cell cycle arrest in colorectal cancer cells by targeting the mitochondrial respiratory chain

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RIPANI, Paola, Johannes DELP, Konstantin BODE, Maria E. DELGADO, Lea DIETRICH, Verena M. BETZLER, Gudrun VON SCHEVEN, Thomas U. MAYER, Marcel LEIST, Thomas BRUNNER, 2020. Thiazolides promote G1 cell cycle arrest in colorectal cancer cells by targeting the mitochondrial respiratory chain. In: Oncogene. Springer Science and Business Media. 39(11), pp. 2345-2357. ISSN 0950-9232. eISSN 1476-5594. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41388-019-1142-6

@article{Ripani2020-03Thiaz-48078, title={Thiazolides promote G1 cell cycle arrest in colorectal cancer cells by targeting the mitochondrial respiratory chain}, year={2020}, doi={10.1038/s41388-019-1142-6}, number={11}, volume={39}, issn={0950-9232}, journal={Oncogene}, pages={2345--2357}, author={Ripani, Paola and Delp, Johannes and Bode, Konstantin and Delgado, Maria E. and Dietrich, Lea and Betzler, Verena M. and von Scheven, Gudrun and Mayer, Thomas U. and Leist, Marcel and Brunner, Thomas} }

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