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A role for the JARID1B stem cell marker for continuous melanoma growth
Coverage on: Roesch A., Fukunaga-Kalabis M., Schmidt E., Zabierowski S., Brafford P., Vultur A., Basu D., Gimotty P., Vogt T. and Herlyn M. (2010). A temporarily distinct subpopulation of slow-cycling melanoma cells is required for continuous tumor growth. Cell 141, 583–594.
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