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Consensus report of the 8 and 9th Weinman Symposia on Gene x Environment Interaction in carcinogenesis : novel opportunities for precision medicine

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CARBONE, Michele, Ivano AMELIO, El Bachir AFFAR, James BRUGAROLAS, Lisa A CANNON-ALBRIGHT, Lewis C CANTLEY, Webster K CAVENEE, Zhijian CHEN, Carlo M CROCE, Gerry MELINO, 2018. Consensus report of the 8 and 9th Weinman Symposia on Gene x Environment Interaction in carcinogenesis : novel opportunities for precision medicine. In: Cell death and differentiation. Nature Publishing Group. 25(11), pp. 1885-1904. ISSN 1350-9047. eISSN 1476-5403. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41418-018-0213-5

@article{Carbone2018Conse-57063, title={Consensus report of the 8 and 9th Weinman Symposia on Gene x Environment Interaction in carcinogenesis : novel opportunities for precision medicine}, year={2018}, doi={10.1038/s41418-018-0213-5}, number={11}, volume={25}, issn={1350-9047}, journal={Cell death and differentiation}, pages={1885--1904}, author={Carbone, Michele and Amelio, Ivano and Affar, El Bachir and Brugarolas, James and Cannon-Albright, Lisa A and Cantley, Lewis C and Cavenee, Webster K and Chen, Zhijian and Croce, Carlo M and Melino, Gerry} }

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