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FBXO2 modulates STAT3 signaling to regulate proliferation and tumorigenicity of osteosarcoma cells

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Title
FBXO2 modulates STAT3 signaling to regulate proliferation and tumorigenicity of osteosarcoma cells
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Cancer Cell International, June 2020
DOI 10.1186/s12935-020-01326-4
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Xunming Zhao, Weichun Guo, Lixue Zou, Biao Hu

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#12,605,794
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#374
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