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Treatment of murine breast cancer cells with antisense RNA to the type I insulin-like growth factor receptor decreases the level of plasminogen activator transcripts, inhibits cell growth in vitro, and reduces tumorigenesis in vivo
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  1. Correspondence to:
 Dr J Ilan, Department of Reproductive Biology, Case Western Reserve University, University MacDonald Women's Hospital, 11100 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106–4943, USA;
 cheryl.chernicky{at}uhhs.com
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Chernicky CL, Tan H, Yi L, et al
Treatment of murine breast cancer cells with antisense RNA to the type I insulin-like growth factor receptor decreases the level of plasminogen activator transcripts, inhibits cell growth in vitro, and reduces tumorigenesis in vivo

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  • First published April 1, 2002.
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April 01, 2002

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