Biglycan and reduced glycolysis are associated with breast cancer cell dormancy in the brain
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Sunderland , A , Williams , J , Andreou , T , Rippaus , N , Fife , C , James , F , Kartika , Y D , Speirs , V , Carr , I , Droop , A & Lorger , M 2023 , ' Biglycan and reduced glycolysis are associated with breast cancer cell dormancy in the brain ' , Frontiers in Oncology , vol. 13 , 1191980 . https://doi.org/10.3389/fonc.2023.1191980
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