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ab18259 has been referenced in 32 publications.

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  • Chan DW  et al. Overexpression of FOXG1 contributes to TGF-beta resistance through inhibition of p21WAF1/CIP1 expression in ovarian cancer. Br J Cancer 101:1433-43 (2009). WB, IHC ; Human . PubMed: 19755996
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