Acta Cancerológica     2003; 32 (1): 22-27

 

ONCOPROTEÍNAS VIRALES, APOPTOSIS Y PROLIFERACIÓN CELULAR EN LA
CARCINOGÉNESIS DE PULMÓN: E6-E7, P53,
BCL-2, BAX y PCNA

 

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