A reciprocal feedback between the PDZ binding kinase and androgen receptor drives prostate cancer
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Warren , A Y , Massie , C E , Watt , K , Luko , K , Orafidiya , F , Selth , L A , Mohammed , H , Chohan , B S , Menon , S , Baridi , A , Zhao , W , Escriu , C , D'Santos , C , Taylor , C , Qureshi , A , Zecchini , V R , Shaw , G L , Dehm , S M , Mills , I G , Carroll , J S , Tilley , W D , McEwan , I J , Baniahmad , A , Neal , D E & Asim , M 2019 , ' A reciprocal feedback between the PDZ binding kinase and androgen receptor drives prostate cancer ' Oncogene , vol. 38 , no. 7 , pp. 1136-1150 . https://doi.org/10.1038/s41388-018-0501-z
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