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Regulation of cancer stem cells by p53.Academic Article Why?
Amplification of tumor inducing putative cancer stem cells (CSCs) by vitamin A/retinol from mammary tumors.Academic Article Why?
Can breast cancer stem cells evade the immune system?Academic Article Why?
Cancer stem cell-specific scavenger receptor CD36 drives glioblastoma progression.Academic Article Why?
Cancer stem cells are enriched in the side population cells in a mouse model of glioma.Academic Article Why?
Cancer stem cells: relevance to clinical transplantation.Academic Article Why?
Cancer stem cells: cell culture, markers, and targets for new therapies.Academic Article Why?
CD114: A New Member of the Neural Crest-Derived Cancer Stem Cell Marker Family.Academic Article Why?
CD13 is a therapeutic target in human liver cancer stem cells.Academic Article Why?
G-CSF Is a Cancer Stem Cell-Specific Growth Factor-Response.Academic Article Why?
G-CSF Promotes Neuroblastoma Tumorigenicity and Metastasis via STAT3-Dependent Cancer Stem Cell Activation.Academic Article Why?
Methods for PTEN in Stem Cells and Cancer Stem Cells.Academic Article Why?
Novel therapeutic agents against cancer stem cells of chronic myeloid leukemia.Academic Article Why?
Regulated splicing of the a6 integrin cytoplasmic domain determines the fate of breast cancer stem cells.Academic Article Why?
Targeting Notch to target cancer stem cells.Academic Article Why?
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