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Enhanced osteopontin splicing regulated by RUNX2 is HDAC-dependent and induces invasive phenotypes in NSCLC cells

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Title
Enhanced osteopontin splicing regulated by RUNX2 is HDAC-dependent and induces invasive phenotypes in NSCLC cells
Published in
Cancer Cell International, November 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12935-019-1033-5
Authors

Jing Huang, Siyuan Chang, Yabin Lu, Jing Wang, Yang Si, Lijian Zhang, Shan Cheng, Wen G. Jiang

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