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Paracrine Activin : A Signaling Promotes Melanoma Growth and Metastasis through Immune Evasion

Paracrine Activin : A Signaling Promotes Melanoma Growth and Metastasis through Immune Evasion

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DONOVAN, Prudence, Olivier A. DUBEY, Susanna KALLIOINEN, Katherine W. ROGERS, Katja MUEHLETHALER, Patrick MÜLLER, Donata RIMOLDI, Daniel B. CONSTAM, 2017. Paracrine Activin : A Signaling Promotes Melanoma Growth and Metastasis through Immune Evasion. In: Journal of Investigative Dermatology. Elsevier. 137(12), pp. 2578-2587. ISSN 0022-202X. eISSN 1523-1747. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.jid.2017.07.845

@article{Donovan2017Parac-56529, title={Paracrine Activin : A Signaling Promotes Melanoma Growth and Metastasis through Immune Evasion}, year={2017}, doi={10.1016/j.jid.2017.07.845}, number={12}, volume={137}, issn={0022-202X}, journal={Journal of Investigative Dermatology}, pages={2578--2587}, author={Donovan, Prudence and Dubey, Olivier A. and Kallioinen, Susanna and Rogers, Katherine W. and Muehlethaler, Katja and Müller, Patrick and Rimoldi, Donata and Constam, Daniel B.} }

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