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The Role of Fibrin(ogen) in Transendothelial Cell Migration During Breast Cancer Metastasis

By Patricia J. Simpson-Haidaris, Brian J. Rybarczyk and Abha Sahni

Submitted: November 22nd 2010Reviewed: July 14th 2011Published: December 14th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/22851

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Patricia J. Simpson-Haidaris, Brian J. Rybarczyk and Abha Sahni (December 14th 2011). The Role of Fibrin(ogen) in Transendothelial Cell Migration During Breast Cancer Metastasis, Breast Cancer - Focusing Tumor Microenvironment, Stem cells and Metastasis, Mehmet Gunduz and Esra Gunduz, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/22851. Available from:

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