Commensal microbes and p53 in cancer progression

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CELARDO, Ivana, Gerry MELINO, Ivano AMELIO, 2020. Commensal microbes and p53 in cancer progression. In: Biology Direct. BioMed Central. 15, 25. eISSN 1745-6150. Available under: doi: 10.1186/s13062-020-00281-4

@article{Celardo2020Comme-56620, title={Commensal microbes and p53 in cancer progression}, year={2020}, doi={10.1186/s13062-020-00281-4}, volume={15}, journal={Biology Direct}, author={Celardo, Ivana and Melino, Gerry and Amelio, Ivano}, note={Article Number: 25} }

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