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Analysing Molecular Mechanism Related to Therapy- Resistance in In-vitro Models of Ovarian Cancer

By Jens C. Hahne, Arnd Honig, Jörg B. Engel, Andrea Lampis and Nicola Valeri

Submitted: December 24th 2014Reviewed: April 28th 2015Published: March 2nd 2016

DOI: 10.5772/60727

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Jens C. Hahne, Arnd Honig, Jörg B. Engel, Andrea Lampis and Nicola Valeri (March 2nd 2016). Analysing Molecular Mechanism Related to Therapy- Resistance in In-vitro Models of Ovarian Cancer, Gynecologic Cancers Samir A. Farghaly, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60727. Available from:

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