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Ectopic Synthesis of Coagulation Factor VII in Breast Cancer Cells: Mechanisms, Functional Correlates, and Potential for a New Therapeutic Target

By Shiro Koizume and Yohei Miyagi

Submitted: November 16th 2010Reviewed: June 10th 2011Published: November 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/21757

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Shiro Koizume and Yohei Miyagi (November 9th 2011). Ectopic Synthesis of Coagulation Factor VII in Breast Cancer Cells: Mechanisms, Functional Correlates, and Potential for a New Therapeutic Target, Breast Cancer - Current and Alternative Therapeutic Modalities, Esra Gunduz and Mehmet Gunduz, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/21757. Available from:

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