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Proteomic maps of breast cancer subtypes. / Tyanova, Stefka; Albrechtsen, Reidar; Kronqvist, Pauliina; Cox, Juergen; Mann, Matthias; Geiger, Tamar.

In: Nature Communications, Vol. 7, 10259, 04.01.2016.

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Tyanova, S, Albrechtsen, R, Kronqvist, P, Cox, J, Mann, M & Geiger, T 2016, 'Proteomic maps of breast cancer subtypes', Nature Communications, vol. 7, 10259. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms10259

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Tyanova, S., Albrechtsen, R., Kronqvist, P., Cox, J., Mann, M., & Geiger, T. (2016). Proteomic maps of breast cancer subtypes. Nature Communications, 7, [10259]. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms10259

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Tyanova S, Albrechtsen R, Kronqvist P, Cox J, Mann M, Geiger T. Proteomic maps of breast cancer subtypes. Nature Communications. 2016 Jan 4;7. 10259. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms10259

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Tyanova, Stefka ; Albrechtsen, Reidar ; Kronqvist, Pauliina ; Cox, Juergen ; Mann, Matthias ; Geiger, Tamar. / Proteomic maps of breast cancer subtypes. In: Nature Communications. 2016 ; Vol. 7.

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